Daniel J. Siegel

Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC

Mr. Siegel is a practicing attorney and technology/law office workflow consultant, operating his own boutique law firm and a technology consulting firm. He also uses his technology expertise to provide better results for his law firm clients, which include dozens of law firms.

When wearing his consultant hat, he is president of Integrated Technology Services, LLC. In that role, he helps attorneys and their staff analyze their workflow, and implement and use technology more efficiently while avoiding the technical jargon that can be a barrier to understanding and adoption.

As principal of the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC, he focuses on trial and appellate court writing, and ethics and professional guidance for attorneys. He serves in numerous bar association positions, including Co-Vice Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Committee on Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility (and primary author of numerous ethics opinions published by the Committee); and Chair of the American Bar Association Law Practice Division Professional Development Board.

Mr. Siegel is also the author of 13 books, including The Ultimate Guide to Lexis Nexis CaseMap; Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC; Checklists for Lawyers; and How to Do More in Less Time: The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity and Improving Your Bottom Line. He is also the “Product Watch” columnist for Law Practice magazine.

Your can reach Mr. Siegel at dan@danieljsiegel.com or (610) 446-3457.

My Sessions

Paperless 3.0: Making Your Paperless Workflow Work

Grand Ballroom A

Now that your law firm has jumped on the paperless bandwagon, how do you improve your system to keep it alive and well? This session will highlight some of the challenges and provide solutions for maintaining a paperless system, including file retention methods and the benefits of utilizing the PDF format. Sponsored by:

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The Frugal Litigator: DIY Trials

Columbus IJ

You can buy expensive trial technology or do as most lawyers prefer: DIY. Learn from fellow frugal litigators to run trials effectively with basic tech tools everybody has access to.