“Ignore technology at your peril.” That was the quote I heard from one of the presenters at a recent New Haven County Bar Association conference entitled “Running an Effective Law Practice: How to Reach More Clients and Improve Your Business Practices.”
The conference was designed to help lawyers starting up their own practice or law firms looking to increase productivity in an existing practice area. I attended the daylong seminar and presented a small segment focused on the latest portable technology.
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