Pioneering – Legal Information Management


With seminars, workshops & presentations at national conferences and in the San Francisco Bay Area, Ann introduced database technology to law firms, law libraries, and special libraries in the late 1980’s and 1990’s.

Stanford Law School & Stanford Law Journal: Introduction to Microcomputers, September 14, 1990. 
American Association of Law Libraries Annual Conference, Private Law Librarians Section: Using Consultants for Law Library Automation, June 16, 1990. and Databases for Law Libraries, at the Workshop on Fundamentals of Microcomputers, June 17, 1989.
Computers in Libraries Annual Conference, Technology Seminar Series: Crossing Traditional Boundaries, (a panel of information managers in non-traditional roles,) Oakland CA, March 11, 1991. 
Legal Tech Annual Conference, sponsored by Price Waterhouse and The National Association of Litigation Support Managers: Software Documentation: Where’s the Beef, June 18, 1991. 
Bar Association of San Francisco, Law Practice Management Section: Beyond Word Processing Fall, 1990, and Law Office Automation Section: Information Management for Law Firms, San Francisco, September 4, 1991.
Northern California Association of Law Libraries Annual Spring Workshop: On-line Catalog Systems – What to Look for and Watch Out for, San Francisco, April 12, 1991. 
Martin Dean’s Cavalcade of Law Office Technology: Legal Memo Bank: Recycle Your Firm’s Labor, San Francisco, September 28, 1990.
Bay Area Association of Litigation Support Managers: Database Shootout 1990 (panel), San Francisco, November 27, 1990. 
Legal Information Management’s Tools for Success Seminar: Databases for Law Firms, San Francisco, May 19, 1989. 
San Francisco Bay Area INMAGIC User Group presentations including: Database Management Basics; Linking Fields and Importing Text; Conflict of Interest; Bar Code Secrets; Batch Updating Databases, 1984 – 1990.
Legal Information Management’s Training Workshops for San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, 1989-.