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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.

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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.

Bar, Legal Talk team up to launch the official Florida Bar ...

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BAR PRESIDENT GREG COLEMAN sat down with the Legal Talk Network’s Adriana Linares at the Winter Meeting to discuss the new Practice Resource Institute, upcoming events, and member benefits on the podcast. “Through PRI and the podcast we are continuing to find new, effective ways to educate and engage with our members,” Coleman said. “I hope every member of the Bar becomes a ...

Leadership Academy learns about the ‘fat middle’ – The ...

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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.

Board considers enhanced technology CLE component – The ...

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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.

Creating Effortless Services in the Cloud | LegalFuel

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Adriana Linares talks with Jack Newton about Clio and the overall benefits that the cloud can bring to the practice of law. The Practice Resource Center of The Florida Bar Visit FloridaBar.org

President-Elect Bill Schifino on The Florida Bar’s Future ...

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On the last episode of The Florida Bar Podcast, Adriana Linares discussed lawyers and technology with President Ray Abadin. But what are the overarching goals of The Florida Bar going into the future, and how do presidents, president-elects, and other leaders within the bar work together to maintain focus and achieve these goals?

Florida Bar Winter Meeting: John Stewart on the Annual ...

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Florida Bar Podcast host Adriana Linares interviews attorney John Stewart at the 2015 Winter Meeting of The Florida Bar. Stewart discusses speaking about PDF manipulation tools at the Wild, Wild Tech: Getting Down and Dirty with Technology conference, a soon-to-be annual tech conference at the Winter Meeting.

President Greg Coleman on the PRI, Member Benefits, and ...

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In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast, Adriana Linares interviews Florida Bar President Greg Coleman about the Practice Resource Institute (PRI), member benefits focused on solo and small firms, and the Clio Cloud Conference happening during the Annual Florida Bar Convention in June 2015.

Hackers are increasingly targeting lawyers’ computers ...

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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 ...