Description: The last few years have been a rise in mobile computing beyond anyone's imaginations. We are shifting our information storage and access from large boxes that sit on our desks, to sleek devices in the palms of our hands. In this session, we'll go over how you can practice law on the go using various mobile applications, and what ethics and security concerns you need to take into consideration when doing so. You will also be able to learn how Clio can help firms go mobile and what features are around the corner.
Speaker: Megan Salisbury, Lorna Kennedy
Megan Salisbury is Clio's Training Specialist, responsible for internal training for employees on Clio's functionality and working with users to improve their proficiency with Clio through webinars and customized training for firms. Originally from Boston, MA, Megan has a background in Anthropology and studied human-computer interactions at the University of British Columbia in her new home of Vancouver, BC. Lorna Kennedy holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Strathclyde, UK. In her honours year she specialized in Family Law, Labour Law, Constitutional Law, and Law, Persons and Property. Now living and working in Vancouver, she works as Clio's Senior Customer Support Specialist, and has helped thousands of lawyers organize their practice with the latest integrated cloud technologies.