Friday, October 23, 2015

November 17: Seattle - Google-liscious Technology

Google-liscious. One of the most behemoth companies with a mission about information dissemination is also one of the worst about explaining their own products and how to use them. Still, many people use Google for legal research, email, and maybe their Voice Over IP phone or online video conferencing service. Many others have security concerns and worries about the collection of data that Google engages in. This CLE session will be a discussion of the value found in Google products and how to resolve security and privacy concerns in your favor. We will discuss search capabilities, use of Google Images, Maps, Google for Work, purchase and creation of a website through Google, Google docs, forms, and other applications, and any other Google-liscious topics that arise. Bring your questions and gripes about Google and we will drill down on how it can help you in your law practice.
Bring your brown bag lunch and join us for the last workshop of our 2015 Low Bono Brownbag Series!
Title:
Google-liscious Technology
2015 Low Bono Brown Bag Series
When/Where:
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
12:00 TO 1:30 P.M.
Sullivan Hall, Room 109
Seattle, WA
Credit:
1.5 CLE Credits Pending
Cost:
— Free — RSVP here
By:

  • SU Low Bono and Solo Initiative 
  • WSBA Moderate Means Program
  • WSBA Law Office Management Assistance Program
  • WSBA Low Bono Sectionpresents the final workshop of our 

Speaker:
Charity Anastasio is a Practice Management Advisor with the WSBA Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP). She graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2007 and opened a solo practice in 2008 where she focused on Estate Planning, Probate, and Family Law. In 2013, she joined the LOMAP team at the WSBA. She is on the Board of the Eastside Legal Assistance Program’s Family Law Fellowship Program, an incubator training lawyers in the practice area and law office management, and regularly contributes to the NW Lawyer, NW Sidebar, and the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center’s Law Technology Today blog.
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