At The Microphone: WSBA Puts On “Cloud Computing Essentials”

Out in the cloud - now for lawyers and contractors.


Ever thought about moving your business records and documentation to the cloud? How about your law firm? Well, hopefully I can help.

In addition to speaking (and endlessly writing – as you can see) about construction law, I am frequently asked to present on the use technology in the practice of law. The Washington State Bar Association will be presenting Cloud Computing Essentials on August 25, 2011 at their downtown WSBA Conference Center. I will be co-presenting this program with Madhu Singh of MK Singh Law Office. You can find out information on the event, and how to join us, by following this link.


While this presentation is aimed at advising attorneys on how the cloud works, I implore all contractors to begin taking a look at this technology. I have previously published articles on the subject of documentation and a new article from construction attorney Matthew DeVries outlines the benefits to using this technology.


If you are an attorney looking to go paperless, please join us for the program. You can join in person, or via webcast.




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