- FREE | DAPA Members
- $30 | Non-members
CLE CREDIT | This event qualifies for 1.0 hours of general paralegal CLE credit issued through the Dallas Area Paralegal Association.
Explore how to use the popular & free cloud-based productivity tools of Trello, Slack, and Google Workspace to manage your professional and personal life. From team collaboration to triaging important tasks / deadlines, legal professionals have much to juggle. These free productivity platforms help you reimagine how to get everything done while minimizing email traffic and learning the Kanban method of task visualization developed in Japan for lean manufacturing. Join our guest speakers Elaine & Aaron to explore how to utilize these productivity tools to take back control of your schedule and knock out your to-dos!
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Aaron B. Bath, CEDS, RP
Aaron has worked in litigation since 2001 overseeing 120+ trials during his career. Currently, Aaron serves as the Director of Legal Operations & Litigation Management for Balfour Beatty, a $14 Billion market-cap multinational infrastructure group with capabilities in construction services, engineering, and infrastructure investments. Before joining Balfour Beatty, Aaron was the first ever non-attorney to serve as Director of Litigation for Copart, Inc. – a multi-billion dollar public company in the automotive technology space. Prior to working in-house, Aaron worked for several top litigation law firms in Dallas and New York as their senior managing trial paralegal. Contemporaneous to his day job, Aaron is the adjunct professor of legal technology, eDiscovery, and litigation management at Southern Methodist University, where he previously earned his Bachelor's degree in Jurisprudential studies and a graduate-level Paralegal certificate. Most recently, Aaron completed a professional certificate in Data Science & Analytics for Executives from Columbia University in New York, and a Micro Masters in Artificial Intelligence from MIT. In addition to authoring numerous articles in the areas of litigation management and legal technology, Aaron has been called as a subject-matter expert at trial for cases involving discovery abuse and violations. Aaron also serves as VP of Education for the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialist (ACEDS) – North Texas, and as President of the Dallas Area Paralegal Association (DAPA).
Elaine Campbell is a 2019 SMU Graduate of the Paralegal Post Graduate program which provided an excellent path for her as she transitioned from a career as a Technology Operations and Engineer Executive for Fortune 500 companies to a Paralegal who focuses on supporting Attorneys and Activists.
After graduating from SMU, Elaine has fallen in love with Civil Litigation and supports Heather Lynn Long at Heather Long Law, PC and is currently completing her Master’s in Legal Services at Cornell University.
Wearing many hats, Elaine is a Political Organizer, Paralegal, Legal Ops Consultant, Legal Operations Manager, ACLU Trained Legal Observer, and her proudest title of all, Aunt to a niece and 4 nephews.