Rodney S. Dowell, Esq.
Rodney S. Dowell, Esq.Executive Director, LCL, Inc. and Director, LOMAP
Rodney is a frequent lecturer on law practice management issues, including presentations on law office technology, starting a new law office, improving client selection, terminating client relationships, law office finance, data security, and time management. He has lectured at that ABA’s TECHSHOW, The Solo and Small Firm Conference for The Law Society of Upper Canada, the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Boston Bar Association, and the Women’s Bar Association, among others. He has authored articles for ABA’s Law Practice Magazine, the ABA LPM’s e-zine Law Practice Today, the MBA and the BBA. He is the co-chair Massachusetts Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Section and an active participant in the American Bar Associations’ Law Practice Management Section, where he is an editor of the Law Practice magazine.

Prior to starting LOMAP, he was a founding partner at the litigation firm of Berman & Dowell, 1998 – 2007, where he focused on employment law, tort defense, including attorney malpractice, and insurance coverage. Since graduating from Cornell Law School in 1989, he has been a civil litigator in both Massachusetts and Colorado. His undergraduate degree is from his home state’s flagship university, the University of Colorado, Boulder (1985).

Jared D. Correia, Esq.
Jared D. Correia, Esq.Assistant Director and Senior Law Practice Advisor
Jared is a regular contributor to local and national legal publications, including Attorney at Work, where his monthly column, ‘Managing’, appears. Jared is the author of the American Bar Association publication ‘Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers’. He is the co-host of the ‘Legal Toolkit‘ podcast on Legal Talk Network, and is featured on a quarterly podcast at Solo Practice University. Jared presented at ABA TECHSHOW 2013, on remote access and social media marketing.

Before joining LOMAP, Jared managed CLE publications and the Casemaker research engine for the Massachusetts Bar Association. He has also been a practicing lawyer, in small firms, where he mostly focused on personal injury, real estate and disability law. Jared is a frequent speaker for local, regional and national lawyers’ groups.

He enjoys country music and chocolate candies featuring caramel, especially Rolos. He respects Ron Swanson.

Heidi S. Alexander, Esq.
Heidi S. Alexander, Esq.Law Practice Advisor
Heidi is the co-host of the Legal Toolkit podcast and writes on law practice management for the MassLOMAP blog and law office technology for the American Bar Association’s Law Technology Today blog as well as Attorney at Work. She frequently makes presentations to the legal community on law office management topics.

Prior to joining LOMAP, Heidi owned and operated a web consulting business and solo law practice. Her work focused on assisting solo and small law firms with Internet marketing and technology. She also taught nonprofit law and technology courses as an adjunct faculty member at a local community college. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Heidi practiced employment law and litigation at a small Boston-based firm, clerked for a justice on the highest court of New Jersey, and worked for a nonprofit women’s business assistance center helping entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses. Heidi is a native of Minnesota, a graduate of Amherst College, and a graduate of Rutgers School of Law, where she was the editor-in-chief of the Rutgers Law Review.

Rachel Casper
Rachel CasperAdministrator
Prior to joining LOMAP, Rachel interned in the Corporate Legal Department at Nypro Inc., over the course of seven years, during her education. Her experience at Nypro familiarized her with many areas of international corporate law, including M&A, employment, intellectual property, and real estate. Rachel has attended UConn Law, where she edited on the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal. She has graduated with a BA in Politics from Saint Anselm College. At Saint Anselm, she was inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha, and was a two-year captain of the debate team. She wrote her undergraduate thesis on the effects of patent law policy on research and development.

Rachel is an associate member of the Association of Legal Administrators and its Boston Chapter.

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