Lex Tech Review
Author, Speaker, Founder and CEO of the Lex Tech Review
Legal Technology and Practice Management Specialist. On a mission to educate, equip and empower law firm entrepreneurs.
As the Founder and CEO of Lex Tech Review and the Legal Technology Media Group. Chelsey and her team provide legal technology, marketing, and law practice management education to lawyers and staff all over the world. She also published the nearly 200 page 2017 Legal Technology Buyer’s Guide, the 2018 Law Firm Marketing Buyers Guide, and several other publications. All of which aim to educate and save readers hours of research, headaches and costly mistakes.
Her career includes a combination of roles that give her a unique understanding of how solo to mid-sized law firms operate. From helping build legal technology products for lawyers, such as case management and payment processing software to serving as a practice management advisor and technology trainer for the Chicago Bar Association.
Don’t be surprised if you run into one of Chelsey’s various online courses, at a legal technology meetup or teaching a CLE at a bar association near you. She travels far and wide to fulfill her mission to help law firm entrepreneurs build better businesses so they can improve the quality of their life at home.
Learning how to appropriately and ethically leverage social media and other technology tools for selling yourself and your practice is becoming increasingly important in a 24/7 Google world. This session will dive into how to teach students and new lawyers to understand the intricacies and best practices of these ever changing marketing tools, and how […]
Complaints to the bar relating to poor client communication consistently rank in the top three in every jurisdiction. Don’t let that happen to you by streamlining and automating your communication management by using customer relationship software to both track prospective clients as well as manage interactions with current clients. CRM software can track client interactions, […]
For solo practitioners and small firms, outsourcing legal work to freelance lawyers and paraprofessionals can be a great solution. Learn how and when to adapt and improve your practice by using freelance lawyers and staff, as well as address billing questions and the ethical issues that come with outsourcing. SPONSORED BY: