If you’re wondering what has been going on with our TECHSHOW 2019 speakers, you’ve come to the right place. In addition to unearthing what’s “new” in legal tech, some of our speakers have been zeroing in on putting technology to use in their practice.
What does it look like to operate an entirely web-based law firm? Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway talk to Brooke Moore about her expertise as a virtual practitioner. She explains the advantages of moving to this highly tech-driven method of practicing law, including greater efficiency, flexibility, and convenience in interactions with clients. Brooke also gives listeners a rundown of how her firm operates and addresses common concerns lawyers may have about starting their own virtual law firms.
Brooke is a lawyer innovator and advocate for the utilization of technology to provide personalized, convenient, and affordable alternative legal solutions. In 2015 she founded MyVirtual.Lawyer, an online only law firm providing flat fee and subscription based limited scope services to self-represented litigants, individuals, and small businesses, primarily in the areas of family, estate and business law.
Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., is the President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., a digital forensics, cybersecurity and information technology firm in Fairfax, Virginia.
Ms. Nelson is the author of the noted electronic evidence blog, Ride the Lightning and is a co-host of the Legal Talk Network podcast series called “The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology” as well as “Digital Detectives.”
Jim Calloway is the Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association Management Assistance Program, where he has served for over 20 years. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma, where he was named to the Oklahoma Law Review. He publishes the award-winning law blog Jim Calloway’s Law Practice Tips and has served as co-author of three American Bar Association books on law practice management, including two on alternative billing.