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Attorneys New to Working Remotely: Things to Consider

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Jennifer Ellis, Esq.
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The Coronavirus pandemic has forced many attorneys to work from home. While some may have been prepared for the shift to working remotely fulltime, others are considering the notion of working outside of their traditional office space for the first time. 
In this free program, attorney Jennifer Ellis reviews some of the basic office functions attorneys need to replicate and some product options to consider to implement them, including:
  • Electronic Documents
    • Cloud Storage
    • Naming Conventions
    • Document Management Tools
  • Accessing Your Office Computer Remotely
  • Dealing with Postal Mail
  • Handling Phone Calls
  • Email, Contacts, and Calendars
  • Applicable Ethics Rules

This webinar is offered as an educational and informational resource. No CLE credit is offered.



Jennifer Ellis, Esq.'s Profile

Jennifer Ellis, Esq. Related Seminars and Products

Jennifer Ellis Jennifer Ellis is a legal ethics attorney in Pennsylvania. She owns the law practice/law firm marketing company Jennifer Ellis, JD, LLC, through which she assists attorneys with their practice management and online presence.

Previously, Jennifer worked with a Philadelphia area personal injury firm, where she practiced legal ethics, managed the firm’s online presence, and oversaw its IT and security consultants. Jennifer also served as the Associate Director of Media Technology with the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, where she organized and presented courses on numerous issues, including law practice management, technology, and ethics. Jennifer speaks and writes throughout Pennsylvania and nationally on issues relating to law practice management, technology, ethics, marketing, and more. Jennifer wrote the book “Wordpress in One Hour for Lawyers and the social Media chapter for the book “Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide” – both published by the ABA’s Law Practice Division.

For more information about Jennifer, see her website at, find her on Twitter @jle_jd, or email her at