This is the age of information overload, and lawyers are all super busy. So, if a speaker is going take up an hour of their time they’d better be really good at presenting, AND have some incredibly useful information.
People who hear me speak say I’m a good presenter, and that I provide audiences with valuable, concrete information (scroll down to read some testimonials). But, I’m not right for every group.
Here’s my focus…
I help fellow lawyers in small firms gain efficiency and eliminate chaos by streamlining their law practices (which is something I learned to do when I moved from a large firm practice, which dismissed the use of technology, to a solo practice where I assumed full responsibility for leveraging it effectively).
Any lawyer can learn what I teach, even those whose tech skills are limited to sending and receiving emails. Best of all, they can easily put my recommendations to immediate practical use, without disruption.
In short, I help my fellow lawyers find the low-hanging fruit and avoid the land mines and quicksand in the world of legal technology.
That’s my niche, and I’m really good at it.