Oklahoma Bar Association
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.
Mr. Calloway served as chair of ABA TECHSHOW 2005
Mr. Calloway also produces, with Sharon Nelson, the monthly podcast, The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology. This monthly podcast covers a number of legal technology issues and can be accessed from The Legal Talk Network or via Apple podcasts. He is a member of the ABA Law Practice Division’s Law Practice Magazine editorial board and wrote the Practice Management Advice column for that magazine for five years. He was awarded the Law Practice Division’s Robert P. Wilkens Award in recognition of Best Column in Division Publications in 2015.
He has been inducted as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management. He is an active member of the National Association of Bar Executives, the ABA Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division and the Association of Legal Administrators. He is a former President of the Cleveland County (Oklahoma) Bar Association.
He has made hundreds of presentations on law office management, legal technology, ethics and law firm business operations.
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