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Law Firm Autopilot: How to Earn More, Work Less [Free Webinar]

How would you like to make more money working with better clients (and do so more easily)? When you leverage the power of automation and outsourcing you can. But you need a simple 3-part roadmap. So that's what this session will give you.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • How to get better clients the fast, simple, inexpensive way (using basic technology that you’re already used to and adept with).
  • How to dramatically improve efficiency (and lower overhead) through digital automation (and the #1 reason why you’ve failed to do this already).
  • How to hire exceptionally talented workers to help you run your law firm, even on a part-time basis (using virtual assistants available to you anywhere in the world).
  • And much more!

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About our Special Guest
Ernie Svenson
Attorney & Legal Consultant
Ernie Svenson was a partner in a big New Orleans firm for 18 years. His commercial litigation practice was tied to mind-boggling overhead and soul-crushing billable hour quotas. Now, through his LawFirmAutopilot.com website, he helps fellow lawyers build their own dream practices. Ernie is a nationally recognized speaker and author on various topics such as paperless lawyering, email efficiency, document automation, and online marketing.
About our Host
Josh Taylor
Attorney & Legal Content Marketing Manager
For years, Josh has helped lawyers become more organized, productive, and profitable.  A trained litigator, Josh came to Smokeball from a large law firm with a hunger to help small firms do better in every way.  He has traveled the country working with and learning from lawyers and their staff.  Josh speaks regularly to bar associations about successful law firm practices.  In addition to his work at Smokeball, Josh serves on the Writing Resource Center staff at The John Marshall Law School.  Besides legal technology, his research interests include judicial decision-making, jury decision-making and psychology, and legal writing.  He holds his J.D., cum laude, from Washington University in St. Louis, where he served as a Senior Editor of the Law Review, held the prestigious Thompson Coburn Research Fellowship, and clerked at the U.S. District Court for the E.D. Missouri.  He holds a B.A. and B.M. from UConn, making him a Huskies basketball fan through and through.