Kevin O’Keefe caught up with some fellow attorneys in Texas at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting. Enjoy some of their conversations, ranging from law blogs to cybersecurity to overcoming addiction.        Author of “Addicted Lawyer,”  Brian Cuban           Family Law Attorney, Michelle May O’Neil                Cybersecurity Lawyer, Shawn Tuma                 Attorney & Blogger, Peter Vogel          View Full Post
Highlights and faves of apps to help improve your practice, presented at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting. [<a href=”//storify.com/LXBN/new-state-bar-of-texas-president-tom-vick-is-sworn” target=”_blank”>View the story “Tech Savvy Lawyers Share 60 Apps in 60 Minutes ” on Storify</a>] View Full Post
Michelle Spencer, the founder of the Legal Learning Development Network, is no stranger to how technology can support lawyers. Spencer’s skills reside at the intersection of people, processes, technology and learning. She can translate technology for non-technical people and manage projects by getting groups connected and communicating, enabling them to work effectively towards their end goal. View Full Post
State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting speaker John Browning is a busy legal professional. In addition to practicing full time as a litigator with a downtown Dallas firm, Browning writes extensively on technology and the law. He’s the author of four books on social media and the law, the most recent of which, Legal Ethics and Social Media: A Practitioner’s Handbook, is soon to be released by the American Bar Association. View Full Post