Paperless conveyancing with Smokeball


Wednesday 13 March 2019 |  1pm - 2pm AEDT  |  1 CPD


About the event

Cloud computing and mobile applications are creating true mobility in the conveyancing industry and making it possible to manage files completely electronically. Join us to see some of the latest technology and learn how to access your matter information from anywhere, manage your files without touching paper and optimise efficiency through integration and new eConveyancing tools.

 Presented by Paul Psaltis & Rob Gomez

With an extensive legal background and having worked with conveyancing software for over 10 years, Paul brings a wealth of legal knowledge and hands-on experience to his role as Smokeball Australia’s General Manager. Previously Paul spent many years working within sales teams, as a Sales Manager at InfoTrack and in various sales roles at Leap Legal software, where he developed a great understanding of software and his customer’s needs. Paul holds a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland.

Roberto Gomez is an experienced Account Manager, who has completed an Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing and has worked in various conveyancing firms. Roberto understands customer needs and the importance of building and maintaining strong, long-lasting customer relationships. Roberto has helped hundreds of professionals across a wide range of industries to achieve their goals and continues to rise to the challenge and opportunity to provide the same service to his clients.


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Essential details

Who will you be learning from?

Paul Psaltis, General Manager, Smokeball
Rob Gomez, Client Relationship Manager, InfoTrack

Is this event online?

Yes, this event is an online webinar. Tune in from your office desk, at home or on-the-go.

Who is this event for?

Legal and conveyancing professionals

Professional learning

If you are in the legal industry you can claim 1 CPD unit for this seminar under practice management and business skills.

* Practitioners residing in WA will have to submit an application for CPD approval to the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia at a fee of $60*

Key takeaways

Access your legal matter from anywhere

Manage your files without touching paper

Optimise efficiency through integration and new e-Conveyancing tools