Unlocking the Secrets of
Evernote and Similar Applications
law practice requires you to be extra efficient with your time. But how is that
possible when you’ve got a slue of never-ending moving pieces --
administration, marketing, finance, case management, legal research and more?
You need a central repository for storing and using information that you require
on a daily basis. Evernote (and alternatives such as OneNote and Apple Notes) is
a solution. Evernote is a memory aid for everything we do. Implement it into
your practice, and you can look forward to more available time and a clearer
mind for focusing on billable tasks.
In this “Lunch and Learn,” you will hear about Evernote (and its
alternatives, OneNote and Apple Notes) and discover its benefit to lawyers, its
useful features and tips and tricks to get the most out of this software for the
benefit of your law practice.
Heidi S. Alexander, Esq. is the director of Practice Management Services for
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, where she advises lawyers on practice management
matters, provides guidance in implementing new law office technologies, and
helps lawyers develop healthy and sustainable practices. She frequently makes
presentations to the legal community and contributes to publications on law
practice management and technology. She is the author of Evernote as a Law
Practice Tool, an ABA Law Practice Division publication, and serves on the ABA’s
TECHSHOW Planning Board.
Heidi previously practiced at a small firm and owned a
technology consulting business. She also clerked for a justice on the highest
court of New Jersey and served as the editor-in-chief of the Rutgers Law Review.
She is a native Minnesotan, former collegiate ice hockey goaltender for the
Amherst College Women’s Ice Hockey Team, and mother of three young