Mark Unger has been practicing law since 1996. He has been highly involved with technology and the integration of technology and law since approximately 1998. He has spoken, written and participated in numerous technology law and family law seminars, having been on the board of the State Bar of Texas Computer & Technology Council since 2001 and the San Antonio Bar Association’s Technology committee since 1999.
He is former Chair of the Computer & Technology Council of the State Bar, former Chair of the Web Services Committee of the State Bar, former President of the Family Law section board for the San Antonio Bar, and former outside board member of the ABA TechShow, litigation and tablet tracks.
He currently sits on the Judicial Committee on Information Technology, Computer Council of the State Bar of Texas, Law Practice Management Committee of the State Bar of Texas, and the Family Law Section Board (San Antonio).
He has been a member of the College of the State Bar each year since 1998.
He filed the first e-filed pleading in Bexar County in 2003 and the first electronic brief (CD-ROM) in Texas in 1998.
- Clio / Law firm practice management systems
- Client cloud-based extranets/portals and security best practices
- Electronic billing and payment systems and time capture workflow
- Automation and task management
- Third-party app integration with Clio, such as Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Slack, Outlook, Gmail, Intake, 123, Lexicata, Fastcase, Zapier, and Chrometa
- Mobile lawyering including iPad, iPhone apps for almost all workflows, (i.e.: document creation, modification, review, annotation, client communication, opposing attorney communication
- Secure document sharing with clients
- Secure document sharing with outside parties/counsel
- Document collaboration with remote access
- Workflows related to almost all other legal processes, including attorney’s fees/time capture, issue identification, tagging and segregation for presenting to court in argument
- Exhibit creation
- iPad / electronic trial presentation
- Clio training
- CLE presentations