Seminar Speaker Alex Lubarsky


Alexander H. Lubarsky, LL.M., Esq., is a practicing litigator & legal technology enthusiast.

In 2003, Alex was elected to the California State Bar Law Technology Executive Committee. He is a certified trainer/consultant in the four major litigation support applications: Introspect, Summation, Concordance, & CaseMap. Alex has taught litigation support courses to students at various law schools & paralegal schools throughout California.

A regular speaker on the topic of litigation support systems, Alex has made presentations at several legal technology conferences & State Bar events throughout the nation.

Alex has held past positions with Lexis/Nexis, Summation Legal Technologies Daticon, Inc., & Fios, Inc. He is currently with ZANTAZ, Inc. , a leading provider of local & ASP litigation support databases.

He has also written various articles for legal technology publications such as Law Office Computing & The Bottom Line. He is currently authoring a textbook, Computer Applications for the Paralegal, for Aspen Law & Business Publishers. Alex has trained & consulted for hundreds of law firms, corporate legal departments, & government counsel offices.

A sixth generation San Franciscan, Alex has remained a member of the law faculty at San Francisco State University for over a decade. He currently lives in Burlingame, California with his wife, Sharon, & two children. He can be reached at

Stay connected - we are retiring our old mailing system. Add your email here to confirm you are enjoying our posts!

This is our new list and will replace our old one.  The old list will not get forwarded


Estrin Books

  • 250 Darn Good Interview Questions
  • What They Didn't Teach You In Paralegal School
    A compilation of career mapping articles
  • Paralegal Career Guide 4th Edition By Chere Estrin
    If you've ever had those middle of the night terrors wondering if you've made a mistake by choosing a paralegal career, pick up The Paralegal Career Guide. This book packs a lot of information about career pathways and is chock full of information covering trends, career options, creating value, salary negotiations, getting along with co-workers, and other career resources. There is practical advice such as how to get higher level assignments where you are now or how you can leverage your experience. One comes away from the book with a sense of what's possible. Caution: Reading this book will make you giddy with enthusiasm
  • The Successful Paralegal Job Search Guide
    An absolute must for anyone interested in Paralegal employment, this book covers it all. Gain knowledge of the profession and marketplace as well as providing the "how-tos" on resume writing, Internet searches, follow-up letters and managing the first 100 days of the new job. This guide will assist paralegals in their goals for achieving success in their paralegal job search.