Palm Beach County Bar: How to Effectively Use Technology in Your Practice

Thanks to the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Solo & Small Firm Practitioners Committee for the invitation to speak on “How to Effectively Use Technology in Your Practice.”

We focused on iPhone/iPad apps for your practice, mediation, and trial as well as general social media discovery and marketing tips.

Today’s course was taught by Spencer Kuvin of Cohen & Kuvin and Christopher Hopkins of Akerman Senterfitt

Special thanks to the Committee chair, Shannon Sagan.

This course included:

*Spencer’s top 15 apps
*Christopher’s top 15 apps
*Tech in Mediation & Trial
*Social Media Marketing
*Posting Depos on YouTube?
*Social Media Discovery
*Sign PDFs on iPad = mobile office
If you missed it, or if you want to review, the Powerpoint is here.
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