At the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) Solo and Small Firm Technology Conference, the biggest and brightest legal tech minds converged on Columbus, Ohio. The conference included renown industry experts from around the country, not only telling the attendees how to build an efficient, modern firm, but actually showing how. Presentations on topics such as tech competency, marketing strategy, business plan development and firm workflow followed by hands-on workshops to actually implement what was learned, with onsite experts to assist kept the attendees busy over the two days. A technology track focused entirely on teaching you how to use basic technology more efficiently was also highly attended. The attendees left with the tools needed to launch a successful new firm, or to improve the firm already in place.
Some of the national speakers included Casey Flaherty, Adriana Linares, John E. Grant, Joshua Lenon, Adam Camras, Ernest Svenson, Jason Marsh, and Brett Burney.
CuroLegal team members Nicole Bradick, Chad Burton, Brandon Cogswell and Will Harrelson presented on various modern law firm management and technology topics throughout the conference.
We were also lucky to have discussion of the conference on Twitter under the hashtag #OSBATech.
Here are a few tweets:
Shocking chart on 10 years drops in billing AND realization at law firms from @DCaseyF #OSBATECH pic.twitter.com/Rgsv7oxmlA
— Joshua Lenon (@JoshuaLenon) December 10, 2015
.@JEGrant3 design more important than planning. Can’t solve problems in your biz model w/o proper design. #OSBATECH pic.twitter.com/EB6K2OtNoY
— Will Harrelson (@willharrelson) December 10, 2015
Scheduling and meeting tools from @AdamCamras – tools: findTime, Doodle, Breather, Outlook app (my fave app!) #OSBATECH
— Adriana Linares (@AdrianaL) December 10, 2015
How can lawyers get an ROI of up to 108% by effective niche marketing? @_jasonmarsh explains at #OSBATech pic.twitter.com/FBYvHD7hA8
— Paperless Lawyering (@paperlesschase) December 11, 2015
@JoshuaLenon bullet points OH Informal Advisory Opinion 2013-03 that says lawyers CAN use cloud computing #OSBATech pic.twitter.com/saDLFhsOQs
— Brett Burney (@bburney) December 11, 2015
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