These days, most of the seminars I present are on the iPad, and how lawyers can best use them as a productive tool in their practice.  Over the next few months I’ll be giving quite a few talks around the country as well as online.  Here’s the rundown:

On Thursday, June 21 I’ll be presenting “From Typewriters to Tablets:  Mobile Apps for Attorneys,” for the 2012 State Bar of Arizona Annual Convention.  It’s at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa.

On Thursday, July 26 I’ll be giving a webinar for PIABA, the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association.  As you might guess, the session is titled The iPad for Lawyers, and I’m presenting along with attorney Peter Mougey.  Unfortunately, the webinar is open to PIABA members only.

The very next day Friday, July 27, I’ll be presenting at the San Antonio edition of the 35th Annual Advanced Civil Trial Course for the State Bar of Texas.  The topic is “There’s an App for That:  Using Technology in the Courtroom,” and I’ll be presenting with Judge Dan Hinde.

At the 2012 ABA Annual Meeting, I’ll be presenting “Developing Your iPractice: How Lawyers are Using the iPhone and iPad” with my good friend Paul Unger.  We’ll be speaking on Friday, August 3 from 8:30am to 10:00am, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, in the Gold Coast Room (Bronze Level, West Tower).  I’ll also be signing copies of my two books, iPad in One Hour for Lawyers and iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers on Thursday, August 2 at the Law Practice Management Section Booth (#1009) in the EXPO Hall.  I’m excited about this meeting, because the 2nd Edition of iPad in One Hour for Lawyers should be available at that time.

As you can see, I’ll be very busy the next month – if you’re around during any of these meetings, I’d love to see you!