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I became a fan of Lawyerist years ago when I first read one of Sam Glover’s hilarious and insightful posts, probably at my own expense. I look forward to participating in one of the freshest, leading forums on the business of law and I am honored to be in the company of its contributors.
In my postings on Lawyerist, I will introduce new productivity, efficiency, and operational concepts to the business of law drawn from my experience in the law practice software industry. True, we technology people do not deal with judges or opposing counsel on a daily basis (hopefully), but we do share some critically important head-scratchers: a zero-tolerance policy for making mistakes, the need to constantly become more efficient, clients relationship management, and all while attempting to maintain a work-life balance.
So hopefully, you’ll hear some fresh ideas, and prescriptive, actionable techniques where you might say to yourself, “hmmm…that just might work in my firm.”
A little bit about me: I’m currently Founding Partner and Chief Software Architect for Rocket Matter, an online legal practice management and time and billing software solution for attorneys. It’s been fun engineering a next-generation legal saas product, but I love to write for legal publications, including Legal Management, Law Technology News, Law Practice Today, ILTA’s Peer to Peer, FindLaw, Chicago Lawyer, and others. I also conduct free monthly webinars on emerging topics for attorneys and speak at bar association CLEs around the country.
Prior to starting Rocket Matter, I worked as a web application developer for Ultimate Software, in Weston, FL, and Morgan Stanley, in New York, NY. In my previous professional life, I worked in film and photography. More of my professional career is available on LinkedIn.
I look forward to starting a dialog with Lawyerist readers, and hope to make it lively!