Technology in Legal Practice

Google and Your Practice: Google Reviews, SEO and Google My Business (GMB)

Ranking on Google is perhaps the most important thing you can do to market your law firm.

$125.00
$125.00

A.I. and the Future of Your Practice

Mention “artificial intelligence,” and most people start rolling their eyes and making jokes about Skynet. But today’s A.I. is changing the way that many law firms operate. Rather than replacing lawyers, A.I. is taking over more and more of the grunt work that prevents lawyers from doing the higher-level work that is necessary for their practices — by streamlining case searches, brief-writing and a whole host of tasks you might not even have considered.

$125.00
$125.00

ABI-Live: Chapter 11 and Cybersecurity: The Inevitable Collision

Sponsored by ABI's Commercial and Regulatory Law Committee
This panel of experts will discuss the implications for and obligations of attorneys representing companies in chapter 11 when a security incident/data privacy event happens.

$125.00
$125.00

Cybersecurity and Being Secure in Your Practice: How Confident Are You in Your Competency?

Hosted by the Ethics & Professional Compensation and Emerging Industries & Technology Committees
This panel will dive into the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, which require lawyers to be competent in technology. The panelists will review today’s hot ethical technology pointers, as well as pitfalls that every insolvency professional should be aware of in their practice.

$125.00
$125.00

Speeding Out of the Pandemic: Courts, Practitioners and the Road Ahead

The pandemic changed the world of bankruptcy judges and bankruptcy practitioners. This panel will provide critical information to help you make sure you have the tools necessary to participate in this race to change.

$125.00
$125.00

NCBJ Micro Topic Salon 12: Cybersecurity 2021: The Caution Flag Remains Out

A complex web of divergent actors pose consistent threats to data handled by the judiciary and the legal profession. This salon will focus on basic principles of cybersecurity and best practices for maintaining resiliency. No IT experience required – this session is intended to help empower all participants in managing risk and contributing to the collective defense against this bane of our 21st Century existence.

$125.00
$125.00

NO CLE - Technology Issues: Crash Course

This session will address how COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders prompted the rapid adoption of technology by the courts, the lessons learned along the way, and where technology can be used to further improve the efficiency, efficacy and safety of the bankruptcy process.

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NO CLE - Best Practices for Virtual Meetings

Presented by the Hon. Eugene R. Wedoff Seventh Circuit Consumer Bankruptcy Conference
This session will provide a judge’s perspective on preferences for virtual hearings and trials, trustee and debtor attorney discussions on § 341 meetings, and best practices from U.S. Trustee and debtor’s attorney points of view.

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NO CLE - ABC: Best Behavior, Use of Technology and Other Taboos

ABC sponsored this October 22, 2020, session from the Insolvency 2020 Summit. The expert panel addresses the use of technology by bankruptcy professionals inside and outside of the courtroom. The panel materials include applicable Model Rules of Professional Conduct and feature a section on questionable lawyer behavior. The panelists also suggest best practices for fee applications.

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NO CLE - ABC: Best Behavior, Use of Technology and Other Taboos

This October 22, 2020 session from the Insolvency 2020 Summit addresses the use of technology by bankruptcy professionals inside and outside of the courtroom. The panel covers practicing in court in a pandemic, lawyers behaving badly, use of technology, lawyers and law firms as bankruptcy debtors, and best practices in fee applications.

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