Natalie Robinson Kelly is the Director of the State Bar of Georgia’s Law Practice Management Program. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Political Science from Spelman College in 1990 and her Juris Doctorate from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2016. Prior to attending law school, she taught Law Office Management as an Adjunct Professor at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. At the State Bar, she has conducted over 1,000 practice management and technology consulting visits to Georgia law firms and legal departments. In 2005, she was selected the State Bar of Georgia Employee of the Year.

A Certified Consultant for multiple legal software applications, Natalie has presented in 15 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. She serves on the Citrix Legal Advisory Panel; has been inducted into the College of Law Practice Management; selected as a Fastcase 50 Honoree for the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders; and named to the American Bar Association’s list of Women in Legal Tech.

Natalie is active in the Law Practice Division of the American Bar Association serving on the Division’s Council, Legal Technology Resource Center Board, and State and Local Bar Outreach Committee. She was Chair of the 2014 ABA TECHSHOW Planning Board, and in 2016, won the Robert P. Wilkins Award for best feature article in the Division’s magazine, Law Practice.

Natalie is a member of the National Association of Bar Executives, the National Bar Association, the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, and the Atlanta Bar Association. She also serves on the Board of the Georgia Lawyers for Equal Justice Incubator.

Brooke Moore, Founder of MyVirtual.Lawyer

Brooke is a legal entrepreneur and an advocate for the utilization of technology to provide simple, affordable legal solutions. In 2015 she launched an exclusively virtual law firm providing limited scope services to self-represented litigants, individuals, and small businesses.

She has worked on the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission’s task force on limited scope representation to advance practical and ethical initiatives that allow attorneys to better serve the needs of today’s legal consumers.

Her extensive involvement with the Arkansas Bar Association includes: a three year term with the Young Lawyers Executive Council; Communications Committee Chair; and three years as Editor-In-Chief of the YLS In Brief newsletter, being awarded first place for the American Bar Association’s YLS Newsletter for two consecutive years. She is a 2013 graduate of the Arkansas Bar Association Leadership Academy and the 2015 recipient of the Judith Ryan Gray Outstanding Young Lawyer Award.

Brooke participated in the 2015-16 Law Practice Division fellowship program with the American Bar Association and currently serves as a member of the Law Practice Futures Initiative committee and the Legal Technology Resource Center committee.
She is a 2017 American Bar Association Women in Legal Tech honoree, Feedspot ranked her blog among the top 100 divorce blogs in the nation, and she is a 2017 Fastcase 50 Award recipient.

She serves as a panelist and resource for local media sources, bar associations, access initiatives, and law schools for issues related to limited scope representation, virtual lawyering, and legal tech.

Robert G. Spector is the Glenn R. Watson Chair and Centennial Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. He taught courses on Family Law, Children and the Law, Conflict of Laws, Evidence, and Child Abuse and Neglect. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1966.

Professor Spector is an elected member of the American Law Institute and served as the Reporter for the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act and the Family Law Joint Editorial Board for the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. He was a Expert member of the United States’ Delegation to the Hague Conference on Private International Law’s Sessions on negotiating a multilateral agreement for the recognition and enforcement of support obligations. He was the Deputy Head of the United States’ Delegation to the Hague conference on Private International Law’s Special and Diplomatic Commissions on the Protection of Incapacitated Adults and served as an Expert Member of the United States’ Delegation to the Hague Conference Special and Diplomatic Commissions for the Convention on the Protection of Minors, the Special Sessions on the Maintenance Convention, the Special Session on the working of the Abduction Convention and the Special Session on the working of the maintenance conventions.

He was a member of the Governing Council of the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section for ten years. He serves as a consultant to the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Section of Family Law. He is the author of Oklahoma Family Law; Cases and Materials; Oklahoma Family Law: The Handbook and Oklahoma Family Law: Statutes and Rules Annotated, all published by Imprimatur Press and over 120 articles on family law. He also serves as the Associate Editor of the Family Law Quarterly.

Professor Spector writes and lectures extensively on family law topics. He received the Chair’s Award from the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Family Law Section in 1994 and 1997 for significant contributions to the development of family law and in 1990 was named the Outstanding Family Law Attorney. He has also received the Earl Sneed Award for significant contributions to Continuing Legal Education by the Oklahoma Bar Association in 1991, as well as the Golden Quill Award for the best article submitted to the Oklahoma Bar Journal.

Prior to joining the University of Oklahoma faculty in 1980, Professor Spector was a member of the faculty of Loyola University of Chicago law School for thirteen years. He has served as a visiting professor at the University of Illinois, the University of North Carolina, and Suffolk University in Boston.

Chelsey Lambert is a Legal Technology Specialist, published Author and CLE Speaker. She is the Founder and CEO of Lex Tech Review and the Legal Technology Media Group, which provides legal technology, marketing and law practice management education. She has also published the nearly 200-page 2017 Legal Technology Buyer’s Guide, an eBook which has been downloaded by thousands of legal professionals all over the world.

Her background includes a combination of roles that give her a unique understanding of how solo to mid-sized law firms operate. From helping build legal technology products for lawyers, including case management and payment processing software, to serving as a practice management advisor for the Chicago Bar Association.