Speaking

Continuing Education and Speaking

I taught my first seminar in 2002 and have spoken frequently to lawyers and other business professionals since then. Perhaps it is no surprise that my most common speaking topics involve social media, blogging, technology and law practice management issues. I also speak on ethics and legal issues related to each of the above. My seminars range from one hour to three hours. If you would like to have me speak for your organization, please contact me at 717-256-1638.

Selected Presentations

  • SEO, Now What Does Google Want? (MyCase, 2014)
  • Social Media and Ethics (Numerous Occasions, Numerous Organizations)
  • Websites in One Hour (ABA Tech Show, 2014)
  • Social Media and Ethics (ABA Tech Show, 2014)
  • Internet Update – Social Media and Business (PBI, 2013, 2014)
  • iPad for Lawyers – (Dauphin County Bar Association, 2013, Solo and Small Firm Practice Conference, 2014)
  • Social Media – Its Not Just for Marketing (Solo and Small Firm Practice Conference, 2014)
  • Cloud Computing (PBI, 2014)
  • Internet Research (PBI, 2013)
  • Social Media and Ethics for Attorneys (Access CLE, 2013)
  • Blogs – Why They Still Matter (American Bar Association and ALI, 2012)
  • Social Media for Elder Law Attorneys (Elder Law Institute, PBI, 2011 and 2012)
  • Effectively Using Social Media to Expand Your Practice (ALI, 2012)
  • Value Based Billing (ABA Tech Show, 2012)
  • Smart Phone Shoot Out (ABA Tech Show, 2012)
  • Technology Tips  for Attorneys (PLAN Conference, 2011)
  • Social Networking for Attorneys (Legal Issues in Advertising, PBI, 2011)
  • Ethical Practices on the Internet (LawLine, 2011)
  • Viruses Spyware and Scripts: Oh My  How to Protect your Computer (LawLine, 2011)
  • Advising Clients in the Age of Social Media (General Practitioner’s Update, PBI, 2011 and 2012)
  • How to Use Social Media – A Guide for Attorneys (Dauphin County Bar Association, 2011)
  • Social Media for Paralegals (NALS, 2011)

Reviews

I am a well-received speaker.  When I speak I get scores of 4 and 5 out of 5.

Some examples:

“[Jennifer’s] great. Has lots of useful information.”
“Jennifer was very informative and approachable. She was able to help everyone in the course.”
“Immediately applicable. Ms. Ellis is a dynamic speaker.”
“Animated and informative.”
“Repeat this course – it’s a ‘must have’ for ALL lawyers.”
“She was wonderful, personable & knowledgeable.”
“Makes it helpful & interesting.”
“She is terrific; great style & keeps audience involved – does NOT act like we are all stupid. Anticipates our questions; very through. Great job Jennifer!”
“Knowledgeable, articulate, enthusiastic, a great communicator.”
“Best course ever on the perils and positives of the web!”
“An excellent presentation by an excellent presenter”
“She was very informative and kept it entertaining as well.”
“Ms. Ellis was engaging and informative on a readily understandable level. I know a large number of people who could benefit from this seminar.”
“I was spell bound during your PBI presentation for CLE today! You were fabulous. So clear, so full of valuable info. IF that is what you are like when you are feeling sick, well send me a ticket for when you are well! This course should be required CLE for Philly lawyers. Thank you very much.”

Bringing me to your Organization

If you are considering asking me to speak, thank you, I am always flattered when people ask. Please contact me and we can discuss your needs.