An IT executive turned California e-Discovery Attorney and Consultant shares his personal insights and experience - with an emphasis on facilitating the relationship between legal and technology professionals.
Everything's a trade-off. I've had a great year, but it's come at the expense of not having as much spare time to post as often as I'd like. Will that improve next year? I'm not sure, but I'll do what I can.
In the meantime, I'll continue to post a lot of interesting articles on Twitter.
On Thursday, October 10th, I was a couple of days away from taking my place as the "Immediate Past Chair" of the Law Practice Management and Technology Section. Instead, I was elected Co-Vice-Chair of the Council of State Bar Sections along with my good friend Mark Ressa of the family Law Section. It's a new, three-year commitment with the Bar!
Yes, yes...I know what you're thinking. It has "BS" in the name...
Well, I've been working on this for two years, and today it's finally reality! The new Android & iOS app from the State Bar of California Law Practice Management and Technology Section went live this morning.
Access our best publications, social media offerings and resources; all available under one roof for people on the go! Best of all, you don’t have to be a member of the LPMT Section; the app is free to everyone. It also makes a great companion to the upcoming annual meeting, because all of our presentations are pre-loaded on the calendar.
The State Bar of California Family Law Section hosts a social media meet-up at #CalbarAM13! It will be held at The Loft Bar & Bistro,
90 South 2nd Street, San Jose, CA on Thursday, October 10th at 6:00 PM. Socialize with the
California Young Lawyers Association, LPMT, Family Law, Business, IP, International
Law & more!
The official hash
tag for the event is: #InterSection. See you there!
Folks, if you want to receive top of the line information and resources from one of the best in the business, I recommend you add him to your favorites lists (and while you're at it, follow him on Twitter as well - @eDiscoveryGuru).
You know how stingy I am about promotion on this blog, but this is one of my rare exceptions. Let me put it this way; when I have an issue that could go one way or the other and I want to chat with someone about the possibilites, Robert is the first person I call!
Make him one of your first stops as well - you will benefit greatly from his knowledge.
Beginning August 5th and ending August 24th, the State Bar of California Law Practice Management and Technology Section offers free memberships through the end of 2013 to attorneys and non-attorneys alike. This is a great opportunity to test-drive the section for free! For more details about the benefits we offer and how to get your free membership, click here.
"It's an inexact science." We've heard that phrase often. But, how often have we heard it in reference to DNA? Usually, we hear it more in terms of how it identifies a particular suspect with astronomically-high odds, such as, 'one-in-a-million'. In other words, it must be him because mathematically, it couldn't possibly be anyone else.