Transition Digitally and Effectively Organize Legal Files
Legal documents are the foundation of any law firm, and when you switch to a paperless office, things become easier. Join our experienced faculty as they cover practical tips for transitioning the office into a paperless environment by discussing best practices and technology for storing electronic documents. Upgrade your practice - register today!
Learn about the latest in legal technology and systems.
Uncover practical guidance for creating a data security plan.
Know how to manage and dispose of hard copies of client files and other legal documents.
Discuss best practices for digital file management.
Pros and Cons of the Paperless Law Practice
Tips for Choosing the Right Systems and Tech
Creating a Data Security Plan: Legal Best Practices
Guidelines for Switching Over to a Paperless Workflow
Timothy J. Davis is of counsel with the law firm of Seigfreid Bingham, PC. His practice has involved litigation in state and federal courts all over the country. In particular, Mr. Davis has experience with litigation in construction, breach of contract, transportation, payment disputes, insurance law, inverse condemnation, trademark and Lanham Act claims, and workers' compensation. He is admitted to practice in Missouri and Nebraska; and before the U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri; the U.S. District Court for Kansas; and the Seventh and Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Davis is a member of the Kansas City Metropolitan, American, Nebraska State, and St. Joseph bar associations; the Lawyers Association of Kansas City; and the Missouri Western Legal Assistant Advisory Committee. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Nebraska and his J.D. degree from Creighton University School of Law.
Christopher J. DelliCarpini is an attorney with Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. in Garden City, New York, representing plaintiffs in appeals of personal injury matters. He has served as a director of the Nassau County Bar Association and currently chairs the NCBA Medical-Legal Committee. Mr. DelliCarpini is also treasurer of the Nassau Academy of Law. He earned his J.D. degree from Columbia Law School.
Kristin Moye , J.D., LL.M., is the managing attorney at Windrose Law Center. Her areas of practice include estate planning and business succession planning. Ms. Moye also has a passion for ethics and education. She spent a number of years working at the State Bar of Arizona advising lawyers and staff about running and maintaining an ethical law practice. In addition to her work as a practicing attorney, Ms. Moye enjoys teaching and has extensive experience in legal education. Following law school, Ms. Moye earned her LL.M. degree from Pepperdine, where she wrote her thesis on best practices in legal education. Thereafter, she worked at the Arizona Supreme Court developing training for judges, judicial officers, and court staff. Ms. Moye has been teaching in higher education for the last twelve years in both undergraduate paralegal programs, and as an adjunct law professor.
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