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Roberta Tepper

Roberta Tepper

Roberta Tepper has been the lawyer assistance programs director at the State Bar of Arizona since 2013. She advises attorneys on all aspects of practice management, administers the bar’s mentor and member assistance programs, and supervises the team providing administrative support to sections. Ms. Tepper has been with the State Bar of Arizona since 2004, initially as bar counsel and then senior bar counsel in the lawyer regulation office. Ms. Tepper’s career has included service as an assistant district attorney in North Carolina and in court administration at the Superior Court of Delaware. She is involved with a number of bar committees including the technology, CLE and convention committees and regularly speaks on topics including law practice management, ethics and technology.

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Guest Appearances
August 17, 2023

Sharing Files With Clients: Security and File Management

Lawyers are often confused about the best and safest ways to share files with clients. Are standalone file sharing tools best? Should every lawyer have a client portal? Is email okay? Sharon...

March 24, 2022

What Do Women Lawyers Really Want from Their Law Firms?

Is there potential for a mass exodus of women from the legal profession? Multiple studies have shown that the pandemic was harder on women, with increased home responsibilities falling disproportionately upon them...

March 12, 2021

ABA TECHSHOW 2021: The Inner Workings of the First-Ever Virtual TECHSHOW

TECHSHOW co-chairs Allan Mackenzie and Roberta Tepper discuss the process of moving the 2021 conference to an entirely virtual format.

January 26, 2021

ABA TECHSHOW 2021 Goes Virtual!

ABA TECHSHOW co-chairs Allan Mackenzie and Roberta Tepper offer a sneak peek at the content and events coming to this year’s fully online conference.

June 27, 2019

Digital Detoxing for Lawyers

Roberta Tepper talks about digital addiction for lawyers and gives a step-by-step process of how legal professions can reduce their time when using their mobile devices.