Are you prepared to transform the way law firms manage their accounts receivable? This webinar is designed exclusively for accountants eager to make a lasting impact on law firm finances. Help law firms reach their potential by identifying common financial inefficiencies and how to address them with strategic advice and cutting-edge tools like QuickBooks and its app directory of legal-specific plugins. Learn how to balance innovative financial solutions with the unique legal rules of professional conduct.
We'll analyze real-life cases to demonstrate the top accounts receivable-related challenges law firms face and how you can guide these firms to success. Stay ahead of the curve as we explore emerging trends and important topics at the intersection of money and the business of law, including
Dan Lear is a lawyer, legal industry gadfly and cofounder of Gravity Legal. As a practicing attorney he advised technology companies from startups to the Fortune 100. Since his transition from tech lawyer to legal technologist Dan’s been mentioned, featured, or published widely in the legal industry press and spoken to legal and non-legal audiences in a number of settings including at SXSW Interactive, Ignite Seattle, Georgetown University, Stanford University, ReInvent Law, and the National Conference of Bar Presidents.
Emery grew up in Seattle, Washington and began his professional career as an engineer at a medical device startup in Silicon Valley before joining the United States Marine Corps and earning a position as an infantry officer. He completed two tours to Afghanistan – one as a platoon commander and one as a company executive officer – before leaving active duty and writing a novel, How to Name a Generation. In 2013 Emery joined the team at Gravity Payments where he was a leader in many different parts of the business from product management to marketing and business development. Five years ago, he developed the concept for Gravity Legal and has been focused on finding ways to help law firms succeed as businesses ever since.
Debbie has spent the last decade at Intuit helping businesses level up their finances. She currently works with the QuickBooks Solutions Providers or QSPs, including several legal tech companies with deep integrations to the QuickBooks platform.