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shlep drafts FutureLawyer Rick Georges


Richard M. “Rick” Georges wrote us yesterday to say he had posted about shlep at his weblog Future Lawyer and “would be happy to help out in any way you deem fit.”  Self-helpers know enough to jump when opportunity knocks.  We’re pleased to announce, therefore, that Rick Georges is joining Team Shlep and will soon begin making regular contributions to this weblog.   Rick is a solo practitioner in St. Petersburg, Florida, and was kind enough to supply us with a “one-line bio,” condensing the considerable biography found at his website:  Lawyer, Poet, author, educator. Practices real property, corporation, wills, trusts and estates law in Pinellas County, Florida.  Writes the FutureLawyer column. Gives seminars on technology and the law. Author of “Life is Simple, Really“, Poems about Life, Loving, Family and Fun. 


LifeIsSimpleGeorgesBeyond his intense interest in applying technology to the practice of law, Rick has been using the unbundling of legal services to serve clients in his solo practice.  We hope he will share that experience with us — hopefully showing that, like life, discrete task lawyering can be “simple, really” with a bit of thoughtful planning.   Welcome, Rick!   

p.s.  Rick and your editor had never communicated prior to yesterday.  Thanks to the serendipity of the alphabet, however, his entry and mine are placed consecutively in the poet index of Strangers to Us All, a website about lawyers and poetry. 

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