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Carolyn Elefant

Carolyn Elefant is a lawyer in Washington D.C. with an energy regulatory practice and also a national author and...

Mark Britton

Mark Britton is the founder, CEO, and President of Avvo, an online legal forum and directory.  Additionally, he serves...

Jabez LeBret

Jabez LeBret is co-author of the best-selling legal technology book Online Law Practice Strategies. He is an international technology...

Jack Newton

Jack Newton is the founder of Clio, one of the pioneers of cloud-based practice management. Jack has spearheaded efforts...

Toby Brown

Toby Brown is the chief practice officer for Akin Gump. In this role, he develops creative pricing arrangements and,...

Ernie “Ernie the Attorney” Svenson

Ernie Svenson is a New Orleans lawyer and regular industry speaker who has been running the Ernie the Attorney blog...

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Adriana Linares

Adriana Linares is a law practice consultant and legal technology coach. After several years at two of Florida’s largest...

During its annual conference, The Florida Bar collaborated with Clio to create ‘InSession: Transforming Practices Through Technology,’ a conference about legal technology featuring experts in the field. Afterwards, Adriana Linares sat down with Carolyn Elefant, Mark Britton, Jabez LeBret, Jack Newton, Toby Brown, and Ernest Svenson to analyze main topics about the conference. They discuss using technology to improve client relationships, fee transparency, and how lawyers should approach a paperless office.

In the second half of this fun podcast, Adriana invites the legal technology gurus to ask questions of each other, uncovering extremely useful nuggets of information. Topics include what a small firm website needs, targeting referrals as well as potential clients in your content, the Uber of lawyers, big firm collaboration in using technology, and more. Tune in for an inside scoop about what law tech experts think.

Carolyn Elefant is a practicing attorney in D.C. and she blogs at myshingle.com. During ‘InSession,’ she talked about using technology to make solo and small firm practices sustainable.

Mark Britton is the founder of Avvo, an online legal forum and directory. At ‘InSession,’ he spoke about using technology to deliver great customer service.

Jabez LeBret is the co-founder of GNGF, a business solutions provider for law firms. He talked about marketing and ethics involving technology competence at the conference.

Jack Newton is the CEO and founder of Clio. At ‘InSession,’ he spoke about cloud-based legal technology software.

Toby Brown is the chief practice officer for Akin Gump. He discussed legal pricing, profitability, and different approaches firms can take at the conference.

Ernest Svenson is a solo attorney running a paperless practice and he teaches other lawyers how to do the same thing.

Episode Details
Published: July 8, 2015
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal Technology
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On the Road
On the Road

Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.

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