Jeff Krause, Esq.
Jeffrey S. Krause is a Wisconsin attorney and is the owner and founder of Krause Practice Management, LLC. Krause Practice Management provides technology advice and service to law firms of all sizes, with a focus on the efficient use of technology in the law office.
After beginning his career in private practice, Mr. Krause began assisting other attorneys to better use technology in their law practice. Since 1998, he has assisted hundreds of law firms through custom configurations, training and general support.
Mr. Krause is a Certified Independent Consultant (CIC) for the popular Time Matters®, Business and Practice Management software as well as its companion, Billing Matters®. He has worked with Time Matters through its last five versions and has assisted hundreds of law firms during his eight years as a CIC. He is also a CIC for several other Lexis Nexis products including HotDocs® and PCLaw®.
Mr. Krause is a frequent author and speaker on a variety of legal technology topics and is the primary contributor to Jeff Krause's Practice Management Blog. His extensive background includes knowledge of document management, e-mail systems, litigation support, time and billing, web marketing and office suite applications.
In 2006, he teamed up with Neil Johnson of Practice Development Partners and created the nationally recognized Time Matters® Boot Camp training seminar. Time Matters® Boot Camps are now routinely held at cities around the country.
Prior to embarking on his career as a Technology Professional, Mr. Krause was engaged in the private practice of law. His legal background includes Plaintiff's Personal Injury, Insurance Defense, Real Estate, Land Use Planning and Corporate Law. Jeff is a 1996 graduate of the Marquette University Law School. He also holds a B.A. and M.A. in History from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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