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How to Use Technology to Improve Your Family Law Practice

It’s more common than ever: family lawyers are using technology to enhance efficiencies, to market legal services, and to operate the business side of their practices. Do you know what tools and apps are out there that can help you? Are you up to date on the latest possibilities? Learn how to appropriately integrate technology to transform your practice while ensuring you comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

  • ​Understand how to use social media to promote your practice
  • Improve client experiences by utilizing technology tools
  • Learn how to incorporate technology through the life of the file
  • Hear about tech tips, tricks and traps

Check here to learn more or to register for the program.

This program qualifies for 2 professionalism hours of CPD.

Russell I. Alexander Awards 2014 Charitable Giving Fund Grant to The Kawartha Lakes Food Source

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Russell I. Alexander Awards 2014 Charitable Giving Fund Grant to The Kawartha Lakes Food Source

Russell I. Alexander Giving Fund

NEWS & PRESS

Tuesday, December 16h, 2014

Contact: Darla Weir

Marketing Coordinator, 905.655.6335

Russell I. Alexander Awards 2014 Charitable Giving Fund Grant to Kawartha Lakes Food Source

The Kawartha Lakes Food Source is excited to receive $5,000.00.

LINDSAY, ON December 16th, 2014 –

A local business has just helped a local food bank with a grant of $5,000.00. The Kawartha Lakes Food Source is a community effort and not-for-profit organization of volunteers working to reduce hunger in the City of Kawartha Lakes

The Russell I. Alexander Charitable Giving Fund provides grants and financial support to community organizations that are doing great work, but may not be as visible as some of their larger counterparts.

Board Member Dr. Brian Fagan notes that “Kawartha Lakes Food Source opened its doors in March of 2002, after research by members of Rotary revealed a patchwork system of food aid by churches and social agencies. With one agency devoted to collecting and distributing food to food banks, front-line workers could focus on clients rather than stocking their shelves. …the working poor and one-third are on provincial disability support while nine per cent are on a pension. About 40 per cent of those receiving food from the Food Source through its members are children. …In a three-month period, the Food Source provides 11,000 servings of milk, fresh fruit and healthy snacks such as granola bars to hungry schoolchildren.”

About Russell I. Alexander

Russell I. Alexander is a law firm dedicated solely to family law. With five experienced lawyers and a great team of law clerks and support staff, the firm provides guidance on matters relating to family law. For additional information about the Russell I. Alexander Giving Fund, please visit www.russellalexander.com.

Previous Giving Fund recipients include: Covenant House Homeless Youth Shelter, Lindsay Muskies Hockey Association, Whitby Girls Hockey Association and the Lindsay Lynx Girls Hockey Association.

To learn more about the Russell I. Alexander, Family Lawyers, you can also visit them on Facebook at:

www.facebook.com/RussellAlexanderFamilyLawyers

Interviews with Mr. Alexander and or his staff can be arranged by contacting 905.655.6335.

Law Society of Upper Canada’s “Opening Your Own Practice” Conference A Success

 

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Law Society of Upper Canada’s “Opening Your Own Practice” Conference A Success

We had another successful conference this year for part 1 of the Opening your own practice series put on by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Part 2 will be held this week and focus on managing your own practice. Speakers will include: Kerry Boniface, Counsel & Assistant Manager, Practice Review, The Law Society of Upper Canada
Brian Fingold, C.A., M.B.A., Fingold and   Corporation; Anthony Gonsalves, CMA, Supervisor, Spot Audit Program; The Law Society of Upper Canada; Daniel Pinnington, Vice President, Claims Prevention and Stakeholder Relations, Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company (LawPRO) .

To learn more visit http://ecom.lsuc.on.ca/cpd/product.jsp?id=CLE13-0090200

Photo: Paul Mandel, B.A., MBA, Insurance Broker, Independent Insurance & Financial Consultants, Maureen Hastings, Director, Administration, Civil and Immigration Law Services, Legal Aid Ontario, Chair Joel Kadish, Barrister and Solicitor, Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers, and Rinku Deswal, RD Law Barristers & Solicitors

 

Opening Your Own Law Practice

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Opening Your Own Law Practice

Law Society of Upper Canada is Presenting “Opening Your Own Practice” Module 1 on Monday, September 16, 2013 (12:00 PM – 1:30 PM)

The Conference will focus on what lawyers need to consider to be their own boss.

Start at the beginning—by defining your law practice. This online course is jam-packed with readings, precedents, checklists, videos, and resources to help you develop a sound operational business plan and offer two interactive question-and-answer webcast sessions with our experienced presenters to ensure you’re fully ready to move ahead.

• Define your practice

• Analyze the financial requirements

• Identify the marketing and networking vehicles

• Anticipate the practice management issues that may arise

• Draft your business plan

Speakers include: Russell Alexander, Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers, Rinku Deswal, RD Law Barristers & Solicitors, Maureen Hastings, Director, Administration, Civil and Immigration Law Services, Legal Aid Ontario, Paul Mandel, B.A., MBA, Insurance Broker, Independent Insurance & Financial Consultants and progran Chair Joel Kadish, Barrister and Solicitor

To learn more or to register visit http://ecom.lsuc.on.ca/cpd/product.jsp?id=CLE13-0090200