Monthly Archives: May 2008

Tech Challenged Attorneys – Help is On Demand

I recently attended a presentation offered by the State Bar of Wisconsin. It was called Taming the Technology In Your Practice – Practice Smart, Make More Money, Have a Life! and was presented by legal technology expert Ross Kodner, Esq.

I first learned of Ross in the blogging world and began interacting with him through the ABA’s Solosez list serv. At LegalTech NY this year, I got the pleasure of meeting Ross in person – which is why I felt comfortable shelling out $250+ to hear him speak.

As for his presentation? I can’t think of a better investment of my $250 — and I already know my stuff! As for any attorney who wants to learn what works and what doesn’t – you just can’t find this type of detailed and practical, hands on information any where else.

Literally, in one day Ross covers EVERYTHING anyone needs to know to run a small law practice in today’s digital world. In fact, I’d almost say he gives out too much information as my head was swimming after spending the day sitting at my PC listening to every word. There are handouts, but have a notebook handy because if you’re like me, you will be furiously scribbling.

Whether you are just starting out, considering upgrading any part of your practice to digital or are in need of equipment or software – you really can’t find a better concentration of information than this on demand presentation which you can watch from the comfort of your own h/office (that’s home+office) ;)

To view a comprehensive listing of exactly what Ross covers over the course of 7+ hours: click here

To gain access to those 7+ hours of practical information presented by an attorney who’s been using and testing the very same technology he discusses, order your access today.

Introducing the VA Industry to Savvy Business Owners

The Virtual Assistant Industry is growing by leaps and bounds. Thousands of virtual assistants worldwide provide services ranging from Realtor® support, administrative operations management and transcription to Web site services, on and offline marketing and event planning. One reason for the growth in this exciting industry is the economy and the threat of recession. Another is because savvy business owners understand the value and advantages gained over their competition by working with dedicated, experienced, professional assistants focused on their business growth and development. Virtual assistants save entrepreneurs’ time, money and sanity, and allow them to concentrate on income-producing responsibilities that fuel their passion.

The Alliance for Virtual Businesses and the Online International Virtual Assistant Convention invite you to attend the first Internet-based Introducing the Virtual Assistant Industry to Savvy Business Owners series. These complimentary sessions occur during the annual industry online convention, Thursday, May 15 through Saturday, 17, 2008 (US).

The agenda will include a short presentation, followed by a roundtable discussion led by veteran VA industry experts eager to answer your questions. Attendees can learn how to select the right VA, tasks VAs can perform, etc., ask niche-specific questions, and much, much more. If you ever considered working with a VA or are curious about exploring the potential, be sure to attend.

The virtual assistant industry is growing enormously because smart business owners are quickly realizing the advantages and savings of outsourcing to a VA. Select the session that best fits your schedule:

Session 1 – Thursday, May 15, 2008, 1 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. US EDT
Session 2 – Friday, May 16, 2008, 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. US EDT
Session 3 – Friday, May 16, 2008, 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. US EDT

To learn more about this exciting, one-of-a-kind activity and to reserve your complimentary seat at one of the three (3) Introducing the Virtual Assistant Industry to “Savvy” Business Owners sessions, visit Attend from the comfort of your home or office; via computer and headset mic. Mark your calendar for this informative event. We look forward to seeing you.

Please contact or call 1-410-521-7001 if you have questions!