Victor Medina is the managing partner of a small law firm run entirely on Mac computers and Apple products.
The interview is about 49 minutes long. Listen directly below.
Victor and I had a terrific conversation about Macs in the Law Office (I’m slowly converting over to Macs – just one old gadget which is a hold out) and as we post this, he’s rockin’ it over at the ABA Tech Show in Chicago educating about what he loves best – Macs and technology. Listen and learn about ‘what’s new.’
Victor is the managing partner of a small law firm run entirely on Mac computers and Apple products. He focuses his practice on representing public school districts and families in crisis. He serves as general counsel for many families, handling the gamut of special education, estate planning and closely-held company matters. He also assists many young families with protecting their kids and their family’s wealth.
Victor has professional training in psychology and law. He served as a full law clerk with The Hon. Alvin W. Thompson of the United States District Court in Hartford, CT. Prior to starting his own firm, he worked with two multi-national law firms in Boston and Princeton, handling business transactions.
A self-described technophile, Victor organizes an annual conference for Mac-using attorneys called MILOfest (a Macs in the Law Office festival), which is typically held in November for Mac-using lawyers and other folks interested in the business application of Macs and Apple products.
Victor main business blog is at New Jersey Estate Planning, and he co-hosts a podcast with fellow Solo Practice University® Faculty member Mark Merenda called SmartTalk at http://www.smartmarketingnow.com/smarttalk/.
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