The Lawyer Time Management Team
Our Lawyer Time Management programs are co-presented by LTM founder Bill Jawitz, and at least one other member of the LTM team. We blend our passion for the topic area and our love of teaching with insights born of real-world experience in a variety of law practice settings.
Since 2002, Bill has coached hundreds of lawyers and presented CLE programs (including his Eight Keys to Powerful Productivity) to thousands more around the country helping them to improve their productivity and profitability – and thus derive greater satisfaction from the practice of law. He’s delivered his Time Management programs to audiences as diverse as state bar associations to in-house law departments of publicly traded companies to statewide public defender’s offices. You can read more about Bill here.
After practicing for more than a decade (including as a partner and member of the management team of a 50-attorney New York firm) Allison founded Legal Ease Consulting, Inc. where she focuses on productivity, time management, and stress reduction for lawyers, among other topics. Allison is Chair of the ABA Law Practice Division’s Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC), and the co-author with Dan Siegel of the ABA book How to Do More in Less Time: The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity and Improving Your Bottom Line. Allison writes the Simple Steps column for Law Practice magazine and writes and speaks frequently for bar associations and other legal organizations. Here’s Allison’s bio.
Rob is a seasoned trial attorney and shareholder at Shook, Hardy & Bacon, L.L.P. where he concentrates on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, as well as toxic tort cases. He has served as first- and second-chair trial counsel in more than 30 cases that have gone to verdict. Rob serves as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and as a trial instructor for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and the American Bar Association, and he’s held top leadership positions in the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation and the National Bar Association. Rob’s bio.
A partner at Affinity Consulting Group, Paul is a national speaker, author, and thought leader in the legal technology industry. He coaches lawyers how to be more efficient with time. Paul began his career working for the Governor of Ohio, and then went on to law school. He practiced for six years, specializing in litigation and bankruptcy, before moving into legal technology consulting in 2000. He is the author of the book, Tame the Digital Chaos – A Lawyer’s Guide to Distraction, Time, Task & Email Management. Paul is particularly adept at helping attorneys transform digital chaos into well-organized systems. Paul’s bio.
Mary is a solo practitioner practicing estate planning and administration. Prior to going solo in 2004, Mary worked at White & Case and Linklaters, where she honed her approach to practicing amidst the challenges and complexities of Big Law. She remains dedicated to delivering sophisticated, high-touch service to her clients by maintaining optimized technology and highly organized workflow processes. More about Mary.
For most of his 26-year judicial career, Doug served as the Presiding Judge for Civil Matters in Stamford and Danbury, CT. He retired in 2020, joined Carmody, Torrance, Sandak & Hennessy, LLP, and with the onset of the Covid pandemic, quickly developed a reputation as an early designer and adopter of best practices in online mediation. Doug is Co-Chair of the ABA’s Dispute Resolution Section, Mediation Committee. He’s a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, and a Panelist with the American Arbitration Association National Roster of Arbitrators. You can read more about Doug here.
Felice is former big-firm Associate (Sullivan and Cromwell) after which she spent ten years as an Assistant United States Attorney. In 2015, she started her own boutique firm devoted to Title IX law and the representation of students, faculty, coaches and staff at colleges and universities across the country. The law is her second career. She was a Division I All-America soccer player, a touring club player, and then spent a decade as the head coach of the Yale women’s soccer team (where she led them to their first Ivy League championship) before going to law school. Here’s Felice’s bio.
Want to Learn More?
We offer a Time Management Self-Assessment to get you started on the process of determining your needs and how we can best help you increase efficiency and productivity to practice your best life. Lawyer Time Management also maintains a bank of resources to help with all aspects of managing a legal practice. Reach out to us today to learn more about the myriad ways we can help.