Using technology in your law firm


LawTech Trends

A guide for non-geeks

  Free Seminar

Recording Date: 29-May-2019

Recording Type: Video + Slides

Fiona McLay | Special Counsel | Rankin Business Lawyers

Fiona McLay is Special Counsel at Rankin Business Lawyers, a completely virtual law firm. She has over 20 years commercial litigation experience in Sydney. She frequently helps business co-owners navigate disputes over breaking up their business in a way that avoids the expense and disruption those disputes would otherwise cause.

She is a keen follower of legal technology and loves using technology tools to work smarter and with a reduced risk of paper cuts.

Her experience includes shareholder and partnership disputes, misleading and deceptive conduct claims, insolvency, disputed estates, negligence claims against professionals and administrative law. She previously worked for two national law firms, predominately defending negligence claims against professionals and advising insurers on insurance policy coverage issues.

She regularly shares relevant information about dispute resolution and using technology to provide better legal services on Linkedin linkedin.com/in/fionamclay on twitter @BreakupBusiness or Instagram @breakupbusinesslawyer.

She also blogs about legal practice in a digital world at https://www.fionamclay.com.au/

Overview:

The webinar is a non geek’s guide to practical steps you can take that require little or no capital outlay but will improve the way you work, your client’s satisfaction with your work and your firm’s bottom line.

Common reasons for not starting digital transformation (in any industry) are: 

  1. too many ideas 
  2. not enough time
  3. no budget.  
  4. They overlook that there is serious innovation capacity in improving internal processes and people.

The webinar will cover low cost steps that you can take in your law firm today to adapt to the changes reshaping the legal services market:
  • working smarter
  • unbundling legal service delivery
  • legal project management
  • people management
  • credible social media presence

You don’t need to wait for the leadership team to produce a five year innovation plan. Find out what you can you do to use the new legal tech tools immediately.


CPD: 1 CPD Unit/ 1 NZ Hour Practice Management & Business Skills


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