See how these quick and easy hacks can help you make the most of the tools you already use.
As a legal professional, it’s likely that you rely on Microsoft Word and Outlook to get through your day. But, are you truly maximizing the efficiency of these indispensable tools?
With a solid grasp of their many features, you’ll work smarter, faster—and make an even bigger impact on your clients.
This session will offer eye-opening insights that will transform how you manage documents, contacts, calendars, and more through Microsoft Word and Outlook. Best of all, the format will be a live demonstration, allowing you to see each productivity-boosting tactic in action.
In this recording, you’ll learn:
- Tips to automate routine email and document tasks that consume your day
- Time-saving strategies for effectively managing your inbox
- How to manage complex page numbering in Word
Duration: 60 minutes
Bonus: 30 minutes of advanced document automation tips in MS Word and Clio Draft (Formerly Lawyaw)
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Legal Technology Consultant
Adriana Linares is a legal technology consultant with her company, LawTech Partners. For 25+ years, Adriana has used her practical and personal approach to help legal professionals use technology to maximize their skills, run profitable businesses, and deliver superlative client service. She served as Chair of ABA TECHSHOW 2017; currently serves as the Technology and Practice Management Advisor of the San Diego County Bar and the Nebraska State Bar. She also operates the Florida Bar Tech Support Helpline for solo and small firm practitioners. Listen as she disarms successful lawyers and industry experts with her wit and humor and gets them to divulge their pearls of wisdom on monthly episodes of the New Solo podcast. Learn more about and connect with Adriana at lawtechpartners.com.
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Joe is an attorney admitted to practice in the state of Minnesota. As a Legal Document Technician, Clio Draft at Clio Joe works with legal practitioners to improve their workflows and processes. Joe has spent the past decade in Legal Tech, focusing on technologies including document automation. Previous stops have included a stint at a law firm and time as a software engineer. Joe also volunteers with Minnesota Wills for Heroes, preparing estate planning documents for first responders.