Since you have some free time on Thursday, November 7 at 2:15, you should sneak in the back door of the Hilton Riverside to watch my Apps for Labor and Employment Lawyers presentation for the ABA’s Labor and Employment Law Conference (check out page 7).

Jackson Square New Orleans

I’ll join Jeff Richardson of iPhone J.D. fame, and Natalie Kelly, director of the Georgia Bar Association’s Law Practice Management program. Here’s the teaser:

Apps for mobile devices are one of the technological advances revolutionizing the practice of law. They allow attorneys to be more efficient and effective, even in court, and allow the home to be an easy extension of the office. This program will provide recommendations from the perspectives of the practicing lawyer, law practice management and information systems management professionals in all practice settings, from large law firms to solo practitioners. Bring your tablet or smart phone, and discover the best apps for your practice.

We’ll show off some of the best apps for lawyers, and talk about using your mobile device to get things done. Hopefully, the discussion will be both interesting and informative.

If you can’t make the presentation, but you’d still like to meet up, I’m open for options, just get in touch. Of course, if you know a great shop where I can pick up crappy, cheap, and unique tourist gifts, I really want to know.

So, laissez les bon temps roule!

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Jeff Taylor

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