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Transform Your Law Practice—And Your Life

Originally Presented on
Friday, February 23, 2024

Course number 8219 is approved for 5 CLE,
3 of which may be applied toward Ethics;
1 Mental Health & Wellness; and 4 Technology.


“I believe I did not and could not overuse the rating of ‘Excellent’ for this presentation in its entirety and for all speakers.”

“Overall I would say they hit the ball out of the park—this comment is applicable to all presentations in this seminar.”

“One of the best, most practical, and timely that I have seen in 40+ years in The Florida Bar.”

From the Conference Co-Chairs

Tech Up” is tailored to the technology needs of solos and small firm practitioners with an emphasis on incorporating A.I. and software into your practice. Our diverse roster of presenters will cover topics that allow you to work smarter, more productively, and more effectively so that you can live a healthier, happier life.

Solo & Small Firm Section members may purchase the course as an online seminar (on-demand) and downloadable audio for only $250. If you have questions, please contact Solo & Small Firm Section Program Administrator Gabrielle Hermesman at or (850) 561-5631.

Conference Co-Chairs Camara Williams and Stephanie Cagnet Myron
2023-24 Solo & Small Firm Executive Council Members

Conference Schedule & Presenters

8–8:10 AM
Welcome and Introductions

Camara Williams, Conference Co-Chair, Orlando
Stephanie Cagnet Myron, Conference Co-Chair, Wellington

8:10–9 AM
Unplug Before You Plug In:  10 Strategies to Help You Live a Happier, Healthier, More Resilient Life

Nora Riva Bergman, Real Life Practice, Tarpon Springs, creator of the “50 Lessons for Lawyers” book series

9–9:50 AM
How AI Will Make You a Better Attorney

Mark Doble, Toronto, CEO of Alexi, a software company that uses AI to produce legal research memos on demand

9:50–10:40 AM
AI in the Practice of Law

Tom Martin, Vancouver, Founder & CEO of LawDroid, a Generative AI Legal Technology company, and co-founder of the American Legal Technology Awards

10:40 AM–10:55 AM

10:55 – 11:45 AM
Generative AI For Lawyers: What it is and How to Use it in Your Practice

Carolyn Elefant, Washington, D.C., lawyer, author and founder of, and an American Legal Technology Awards Lifetime Achievement honoree

11:45 AM – 12:35 PM
The Florida Bar and National Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence

E. Duffy Myrtetus, Richmond, VA and Gordon Glover, Ocala, Co-Chairs of Florida Board of Governors Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence Tools & Resources