SpliceNet Legal Tech
James is a 20-year Legal Tech veteran that [resents at Legal Community events hosted by the Cincinnati Paralegals Association, University of Cincinnati Paralegal Studies and Cincinnati Bar Association as well as multiple private CLEs. He has held certifications for Time Matters, Billing Matters, Timeslips, Amicus Attorney, PCLaw and Clio. His expertise has previously earned him the honor of being an instructor at the University of Cincinnati Paralegal Studies.
- Account customization
- Data migrations
- Using Clio with accounting programs (QuickBooks, Xero)
- Using Clio with Outlook
- Office 365, SharePoint
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