Erin Gerstenzang is a criminal defense attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. She primarily handles DUI and other drug- and alcohol-related...
Kimberly is an avid traveler, lover of technology, legal industry disruptor, speaker, and an attorney who runs K Bennett...
Kelly Street is the Marketing Director at AttorneySync, a trusted legal digital marketing agency. With almost 10 years in...
How can you keep your firm ethically safe and secure? In this On the Road report from the Clio Cloud Conference 2018, host Kelly Street welcomes Erin Gerstenzang and Kimberly Bennett to talk about legal ethics and how it collides with modern law firms, how lawyers better secure their documents and data with clients who don’t use gmail, and the do’s and don’ts of posting on social media. They also discuss technology that they believe works for small firms and which add on services to choose.
Erin Gerstenzang is the owner of EHG law firm and practices criminal defense.
Kimberly Bennett is the founder and attorney at K Bennett Law LLC, and a virtual general counsel to small businesses and serial entrepreneurs.
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Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.
Lawyer and speaker Mitch Jackson explains how building meaningful relationships builds trust and leads to referrals and increased business.
Tom West shares the importance of using online payment systems in law firms to keep pace with the increasing virtualization of the practice of...
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Paula Davis-Laack shares tips for helping law firm teams communicate well and to develop a culture of resilience.
Mike Whelan shares tips on how to think through problems in your law firm and create purpose-driven solutions.
Clio’s COO shares the three things law firms did to succeed during the pandemic, making 40% more revenue per lawyer than their competitors.