I’m regularly asked about how I use Evernote, but I don’t often talk about my law practice on this blog or on the podcast. If you’re an attorney who is interested in learning more about using Evernote I’ve got a couple of new resources for you, including a CLE I’m co-hosting next month.
First, Tim Baran of Legal Productivity just published a post that David Sparks and I contributed to about How Lawyers use Evernote. There are some great ideas in there. (I'm so pleased to see David embracing my beloved Evernote!)
Second, Heidi Alexander and I will be presenting a continuing legal education course for attorneys titled “Evernote for Lawyers” on Monday, December 22, 2014. The course is approved for CLE credit in many states and is coordinated by the National Business Institute. This is a class designed for attorneys, law firm administrators and paralegals that will cover the basics of Evernote, how to organize and retrieve information and the basics of how to use the program. Heidi and I will share our tips for organizing your legal work, addressing security concerns, and leveraging other Evernote services to directly enhance your daily practice. The cost is $259 for the three hour course.