Innovations for Building Your Online Legal Practice

September 22, 2017 | 2.75 Law and Legal and .5 Ethics CLE Credits, pending

What does technology mean for innovating, expanding, and developing your legal practice? This program will provide you resources and tools for integrating 21st century technology into your firm website: tools to collect and triage information about your client and their case; hands-on experience with Chatbots and legal AI apps; feedback from other attorneys on how technology has impacted their own practices; and important ethical understanding of how these tools impact how you can and should deliver legal services online.


Agenda, schedule, and speakers are subject to change

8:30-8:45 a.m.

Welcome and Introduction to the Scope of the Program

Program Chair: Sart Rowe, Northwest Justice Project

8:45-9:30 a.m.

Automating Conversations: Leveraging Chatbot Technology to Collect, Triage and Respond Appropriately to Clients or Potential Clients

Speaker: IV Ashton, President & Founder, LegalServer

9:30-10:30 a.m.

Application: Washington Web Lawyer and the TPCBA Volunteer Legal Services Project

Speaker: Laurie Davenport, Director, TPCBA Volunteer Legal Services Project

10:30-10:45 a.m.


10:45-11:15 a.m.

The Legal and Ethical Issues of Providing Service from a Distance

Speaker: Shreya Ley, LayRoots

11:15-12:15 a.m.

Going Live: Moving Your Practice Online and Serving Your Clients Remotely - A Rapid-Fire Panel Presentation

Topics and Speakers:
Access to Justice Services Online - Miguel Willis, Program Director, ATJ Tech Fellows Program
Pop Up Justice - Aurora Martin,
Online Legal Service Delivery and the WSBA LOMAP Program - Destinee Evers, LOMAP Specialist, WSBA
Technology Support for the Moderate Means and Low Bono Practice - Veronica Smith-Casem
Using Code to Do the Work of 1000 Lawyers - Forrest Carlson


General Registration - $125

Seattle University School of Law Alumni - $110

Live Webcast participation available