Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Spring 2019, Volume 25, Issue 2
- CryptoCurrency: New Rules, New Money, New Issues
- Elementary CyberSecurity: 7 Basic Precautions Every Lawyer Should Consider
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2018-2019
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor
- On Appeal: a Primer on E-Filing in State Appellate Courts
- Solo & Small Firm Spotlight: Kris Mukherji
- Solo/Small Firm Tech - Lean, Efficient, Effective
- Table of Contents
- MCLE Article: On the Move: the In, Outs, & Tech-thics of Mobile Lawyering
MCLE Article: On the Move: The In, Outs, & Tech-thics of Mobile Lawyering
By Renee N. G. Stackhouse
Renee Stackhouse is a San Diego trial attorney and founder of Stackhouse, APC who focuses on plaintiff’s personal injury, military, and criminal defense. She is Chair of the CLA Solo & Small Firm Section, Immediate Past President of California Women Lawyers, President of the CWL Foundation, and is a Vice President on the San Diego County Bar Association, Chairing the Programs, Education & Technology Committee. She is faculty at the prestigious Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College and the founder of MSheLE.com. She can be reached at Renee@StackhouseAPC.com.
One of the greatest benefits of being a solo practitioner in 2019 is the freedom that I have to travel from place to place and have my law practice be virtually uninterrupted thanks to modern technology. I’ve had the benefit of working with and learning from the incomparable Adriana Linares, of Law Tech Partners and Member Technology Officer of the San Diego County Bar Association, who has helped me learn and grow as a mobile lawyer. I’m happy to share what I’ve learned with you and hope that it helps you practice the way you want to, while protecting your client’s confidential information.