(LaVern Pritchard's Upcoming and Recent Presentations)
Course Materials Posted from Past Presentations
|Tips: What Law Firms Need to Focus on About Their Future Web Strategy
Tips from Pritchard Law Webs at presentation: Law Firm Web Sites: The Future of Online Marketing Strategies, October 11, 2000 for Legal Marketing Association
|Some Principles of Knowledge Management
It's time to go beyond endless definitional debates about what knowledge management "is" or "is not" or whether certain products fall in the category of knowledge management -- or not. The principles of knowledge management are more fundamental than any product. We define some of them based on our our own experiences and insights.
|The Latest Ethics 2000 Commission Proposals for Revisions to ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct for Lawyers: Summary and Comments
On February 21, 2000 the Ethics 2000 Commission released proposed changes in model ethical rules for lawyers that pertain to lawyer web sites, legal advertising, communication with prospective clients, and related matters. This summary and comment on the proposed rules and implications was prepared for the Profit from the Internet Seminar featuring Greg Siskind, LaVern Pritchard, and Daniel Tysver, March 23, 2000, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
|Building Usable Web Sites: Web Slides and Outline Minnesota Law & Technology Show Presentation
At the 1999 Minnesota Law & Technology Show, PLW founder LaVern Pritchard explained to attorneys and other legal professionals from Minnesota and surrounding states how to build usable web sites.
|Bibliography: Rules, Opinions, and Articles about Ethical Aspects of Publishing Law Firm Web Sites
Legal ethics resources relevant to lawyers' web publishing activities. Materials cited were selected for their currency, thorough coverage, or focus on Minnesota. Originally prepared as course materials for Ethics and Technology in Real Estate Practice, June 8, 1999 sponsored by MSBA CLE.
|Some Comments on Certain Aspects of the ABA Commission on Advertising White Paper
Comments submitted in an ongoing professional debate about defining appropriate standards of legal ethics for the Web era. Distributed as course materials for Ethics and Technology in Real Estate Practice, June 8, 1999 sponsored by MSBA CLE.
|First Look at U.S. Supreme Court's Latest Case on Professionals' Advertising:
California Dental Association v. Federal Trade Commission,
No. 97-1625 (May 24, 1999)
The U.S. Supreme Court's latest pronouncement on advertising by professionals, California Dental Association v. Federal Trade Commission, No. 97-1625 (May 24, 1999), will not clarify much of anything. Originally prepared as course materials for Ethics and Technology in Real Estate Practice, June 8, 1999 sponsored by MSBA CLE.
Upcoming and recent presentations by LaVern Pritchard to legal and non-legal audiences on law and technology subjects.
|A Pritchard Law Webs Web Slide Presentation: Home Page Development (and Beyond): Why Law Firms Should Be on the Internet
This web slide show contains our most recent collection of market research data about why law firms should not just cruise the Web but use the Web to communicate with and serve their clients and other members of the Web community.
|A Pritchard Law Webs
Database-Driven Web Slide Application:
Law Firm Web Sites, Intranets, and Extranets
We built a 100% database-driven web application about legal web sites, intranets, and extranets. Originally presented at Minnesota Continuing Legal Education conference for lawyers.
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