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Richard S. Granat is a lawyer and recognized expert on the delivery of legal services over the Internet. He is CEO and Founder of DirectLaw, Inc., a virtual law firm platform provider, and founder of Granat Legal Services, P.C., the first virtual law firm in Maryland. Richard is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, Co-Chair of the ABA’s eLawyering Task Force, and recipient of a Louis M. Brown Lifetime Achievement Award from the ABA in recognition of his innovations in the delivery of legal services.
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Larry Bodine is a business development trainer who has helped more than 250 law firms get new business and generate revenue by training lawyers at firm retreats, coaching lawyers one-on-one, developing business development strategies and using technology to market a practice. A former litigator and law firm marketing director, Larry has served as an expert witness in litigation involving Internet marketing disputes. He is a cum laude graduate of both Seton Hall University and Amherst College. He blogs at Larry Bodine’s Law Marketing Blog.More Posts By This Author
Melinda Delmonico is President and CEO of Gibson Arnold & Associates, Inc., a national legal staffing and recruiting firm. She has significant industry experience and for nearly two decades has developed relationships with hiring managers and partners, gaining a first-hand understanding of the industries and practice areas important to her clients. Melinda frequently speaks to organizations and law schools about the legal industry and job market.More Posts By This Author
Lincoln Mead is the IT Director of the Utah State Bar and an obsessive fan of Cubs baseball. As IT Director, he assists Utah attorneys with evaluation of practice management technology and manages the IT vendor relationships on the Utah State Bar group benefits program. Lincoln is a past Chair of the IT section for the National Association of Bar Executives. He is a frequent speaker on technology policy, planning, implementation and use, and is currently assisting the Utah state courts to educate lawyers on the court’s new e-filing system.More Posts By This Author
Erik Mazzone is a practice management advisor and Director of the Center for Practice Management for the North Carolina Bar Association. He writes and speaks widely on legal technology and practice management, in North Carolina and throughout the country. Follow him on Twitter @ErikMazzone.More Posts By This Author