FREE CLE THIS WEEK
Finding the 25th Hour - A "How-to" for Lawyers
December 14, 2012
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
204 West Fox Farm Road
Lawyers face many challenges during the day. But one of the hardest to overcome is the one they can’t escape from: time.
If you’ve ever ended your day wishing there were time for one more client call or a few more minutes of discovery, help is here.
This informative seminar will help you find the 25th hour in your day by using Microsoft® Office™ and other products to:
- Get control of your inbox
- Master your calendar
- Make the most of office time
- Leverage the cloud to store files, forms and create collaborative workspaces
- And much more!
Also get Special Offers from Microsoft® certified partners!
Learn how to make the most of your day, every day.
After earning his B.A. from Westmont College and his J.D. from the University of Iowa, James Province began a small-town law practice in the Seattle area. For the twenty years James practiced law, he focused on domestic relations matters, handling everything thing from child support issues to complex divorce cases. James currently works as a mediator using his legal knowledge and mediation skills along with his passion for technology to help parties reach reasonable conclusions in disputes.
In 2007, looking for a better way to organize his notes for cases, James stumbled upon Tablet PC technology from Microsoft and discovered OneNote. He founded TabletLawyer to bring tablet technology to the legal profession. He frequently presents at technology seminars across the U.S. helping lawyers and other legal professionals understand and leverage hardware and software to increase organization and productivity.
Brought in by Microsoft as Office 365 was about to launch, James recognized its utility for both large and small firms. He is utility passionate about sharing how Office 365 can lower overhead for lawyers and how, through effective use of Word, Outlook, OneNote, Lync and SharePoint, can make their firms more organized and profitable in today’s competitive economy.
To register for this seminar, please e-mail Marie Ellis.