Nicole is the Director of Business Development and Community Relations for MyCase, a powerful and intuitive cloud-based law practice mangement system for the modern law firm.
She is also the author of 3 books. Her most recent book is "Cloud Computing for Lawyers," which can be purchased here. "Cloud Computing for Lawyers" features a discussion of cloud computing fundamentals, an overview of legal cloud computing products, and step-by-step instructions for implementing cloud computing in your practice--including practical tips for securing your data.
This book will help you: 1) Understand the current state of cloud computing technology; 2) Weigh the risks and benefits of cloud computing; 3) Evaluate legal cloud computing applications like law practice management, billing, time tracking, e-mail, and e-discovery software; 4) Consider the ethical considerations of storing client data in the cloud; and 5) Maintain security and privacy for your online data.
Nicole, along with Carolyn Elefant, is the co-author of "Social Media for Lawyers: the Next Frontier," which can be purchased here. Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier provides a practical, goal-centric approach to using social media in your law practice that will enable you to identify social media platforms and tools that fit your practice and implement them easily, efficiently, and ethically.
Beginning with a brief historic overview of social media, this guide describes the current trends and statistics on current use, as well as explains why social media is important for lawyers, and busts some of the myths that deter lawyers from engaging in social media.
She is also the co-author, along with Karen Morris, of "Criminal Law in New York", which can be purchased here. This treatise provides a comprehensive presentation of New York Penal Law and includes an extensive overview of New York criminal law and practice, addressing subjects ranging from homicide, controlled substances, dangerous weapons, sexual offenses, and victim restitution, to fraud, bribery, computer-related offenses, and tampering with consumer products. It provides practice-oriented insights from experienced New York practitioners and offers a contemporary examination of the substantive crimes as defined under the Penal Law, including expert analysis of each crime, providing appropriate references to statutory authority and case authority.