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-.|