Arizona Chapter Virtual Presentation: How to Utilize State-of-the-Art Document Management

This event has passed

Chapter Event: Arizona

How to Utilize State-of-the-Art Document Management
Join other experts and attorneys to learn the latest innovations in document reading and analysis software. Craig S. Tashman, Ph.D will be discussing and demonstrating new technologies and their specific capabilities for reviewing and annotating legal documents. You will learn how your computer, iPad, or even your smartphone can create a “Unified Desktop” that brings dispirit pieces of information together and provides time-saving ways to search and manipulate documents. 

Program Schedule
1:00 PM| Presentation Announcements and Intros
1:10 PM – 2:30 PM | Presentation and Q&A
2:30 PM | Adjournment

Craig S. Tashman, Ph.D received his doctorate in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.  His research focused on developing technologies and novel user interfaces to enable computers to go beyond the limits of paper and enhance the reading and document analysis process.  This research evolved into the LiquidText application. Introduced in 2015, LiquidText has won both editors' choice and most innovative app of the year from Apple, and is bundled by Microsoft with their latest Surface Pro X hybrid laptop.  With over 4MM downloads, LiquidText has become one of the most popular and acclaimed document reading and analysis platforms with extensive use in law, medicine, engineering and many other high knowledge professions, as well as academia.

This course has been approved for 1 CFLC credit.


This meeting will be held on Zoom. Meeting details will be sent prior to the meeting.

If you are a FEWA member, please log in to your online account before you register for any FEWA event to ensure you receive member pricing. If you are not logged in, you will be charged the non-member price.


Advance Registration
Member price: $20.00
Non-member price: $40.00

On-site Registration
Member price: $20.00
Non-member price: $40.00

Online registration is now closed.

← Return to events