State Bar of Georgia
Natalie Robinson Kelly is the Director of the State Bar of Georgia’s Law Practice Management Program, helping Georgia lawyers with office management and technology. Over the past 23 years, she has conducted over 1,200 onsite consulting engagements for law firms and legal departments. She co-authors the blog, Georgia Practice Advisor, which focuses on practice management, technology, and ethics.
Natalie was Chair of ABA TECHSHOW 2014 and named to the ABA ’s inaugural list of Women in Legal Tech. She is a certified consultant on multiple legal software applications; and her feature article, “Say Yes to a Practice Management System,” won the ABA Law Practice Division’s highest publications honor, the Robert P. Wilkins Award. Natalie is a Fastcase 50 Honoree and a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management.
Natalie received her B.A. from Spelman College; and her J.D. from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, where she formerly taught Law Office Management as an Adjunct. She co-teaches Law Practice Technology at Georgia State University’s College of Law.
Natalie resides in Atlanta with her husband, Charles; and they have three daughters, Roschelle, Charlise, and Christina.
Managing the financial aspects of legal practice is a fundamental element that many solos and small firms find challenging. This session will provide an overview of time-tracking, billing, and accounting systems available for the small and solo firm, the advantages and disadvantages of various options, and information to assist law firms in deciding on a […]
With increasing pressure and mounting competition, it is important to operate efficiently. Many practice management systems offer readily available automation options to facilitate your firm’s move to streamlined delivery of legal services via automation. Learn what automation is available and how it works in this session.