Adriana Linares and Renee Thompson interview Liz McCausland, Melanie Griffin, and Barbara Leach about maintaining successful careers while being involved with Bar committees. The interviewees talk about mentoring young lawyers, encouraging and helping potential leaders, and expanding community service within the legal field.
Adriana Linares founded LawTech Partners in 2004 after several years in the IT departments of two of the largest firms in Florida. Now she travels across Florida, throughout the country and sometimes abroad as a law practice consultant and legal technology coach.
Adriana Linares, an outside technology consultant for the Bar, asked the Leadership Academy fellows if they had ever thought about “attacking that market.” “You all are the answer to this problem,” she told the leadership class. “You don’t need a third party. You don’t need a platform.
Producers and host Adriana Linares were on site interviewing Bar leaders about the event and what to expect in the coming year. These reports were released in addition to the monthly episodes provided by The Florida Bar Podcast, which will continue to discuss benefits, provide information and news to members, and focus on educational curriculum and events.
Adriana Linares, president of LawTech Partners, Inc., who advises the Bar on technology issues, asked if board members believed that converting a Word file to a PDF strips the metadata out of a document.
Adriana Linares chats with Computer Forensic Examiner Craig Ball about the importance of understanding electronic evidence and e-discovery. The Practice Resource Center of The Florida Bar Visit FloridaBar.org
In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast, host Adriana Linares speaks with Open Legal Services co-founders Shantelle Argyle and Daniel Spencer about starting their nonprofit law firm. Dan starts the interview by mentioning that Shantelle came up with the idea, and that similar concepts had been attempted in the past, but an exclusively client funded firm had never been done before.
“The idea we have is very basic,” said Adriana Linares, a technology consultant for the Bar. “A bottom layer of curriculum that regardless of what area of law you practice, where you practice. . .
Adriana Linares and Renee Thompson interview Liz McCausland, Melanie Griffin, and Barbara Leach about maintaining successful careers while being involved with Bar committees. The interviewees talk about mentoring young lawyers, encouraging and helping potential leaders, and expanding community service within the legal field. While all three lawyers use technology to help with time management ...
Hackers are increasingly targeting lawyers’ computers Senior Editor Law firms of all sizes are magnets for computer hackers simply because of the nature of what lawyers do. “Law firms are attractive because they have personal and sensitive and valuable information from personal and corporate clients,” said Adriana Linares, the Bar’s technology consultant. “The best thing you can do to prevent spyware and hackers is go through training with employees and teach them how to identify ...