Dale H. Tincher, Bio
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Dale Tincher is CEO of Consultwebs.com, a Raleigh, North Carolina Web design and consulting company. Dale is a prominent North Carolina Web design and promotion specialist, endorsed Web consultant, trainer, writer, photographer and speaker. Dale is a business administration graduate (B.S.) of West Virginia State University. He served as a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Army with tours that included Vietnam. Dale has more than twenty-five years of computer systems experience, including employment by two Fortune 500 computer companies. Dale has assisted more than 200 North Carolina and U.S. law firms and numerous businesses in various aspects of technology planning and implementation.
Dale is the project consultant for the North Carolina Bar Association’s endorsement of Consultwebs.com, Inc., as the only Web consulting firm endorsed by the North Carolina Bar Association’s Technology Assistance Program (TAP.) The program was designed to offer NCBA members quality legal technology consulting at members-only rates. The consultants participating in the TAP program were reviewed and selected by the North Carolina Bar Association Technology Advisory Committee. Other legal activities include membership in the Law Practice Management and the Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice sections of the American Bar Association. Dale was an accredited LawCommerce T3 (Top Tier) Consultant. LawCommerce technologists are chosen from legal consultants having a positive history of service within the legal profession, high-quality client references and approval by the LawCommerce selection committee.
Dale’s published articles include local and national legal periodicals. His speaking / training engagements include teaching more than 1,000 CLE students in the past year for The North Carolina Bar Association, its sections and other U.S. legal associations. He was a featured speaker on Internet topics for the 1997, 1998 and 1999 North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers Annual Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Convention. Dale also addressed the Association of Legal Administrators, the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyer’s, The North Carolina Bar Association General Practice Section, several local law school classes, the North Carolina Association of Community Colleges, the Mecklenburg County Bar Association, North Carolina Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers. He has co-presented with national organizations.
Dale was engaged to join the faculty of the annual American Bar Association, ABA Tech Show, Chicago, Illinois, March 30th through April 1st, 2000 as a panelist on three Internet panels, discussing Web design and functionality. Additionally, he served on three panels during for the American Bar Association, LegalTech Atlanta, November 30th – December 1, 2000 show. Training courses included a two-day FrontPage Web design class for the New Mexico National Guard. Dale participated as a member of the faculty for the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers’ “Time and Technology” session February 23, 2001. Dale’s presentation (3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.) was, “Using the Internet to Market your Firm.” Dale was a Special Guest Speaker for the NCBWWA’s 65th Annual Convention May 20 – 23, 2001. Dale continues to teach numerous NCBA CLE courses and was engaged for two speaking engagements at the North Carolina Bar Association’s 2001 Annual Meeting June 21-24, 2001 at the Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC. He was also a guest speaker for the State Bar of Georgia’s June 13-17th annual meeting at the Kiawah Island Resort, Kiawah Island, SC. Other seminars included an American Lawyer Media Event panel presentation at LegalTech New Orleans, December 6, 2001 and an Intranet and Extranet seminar sponsored by LegalTech New York February 5, 2002. Dale participated in three Internet, Intranet and Extranet panel sessions during LegalTech Los Angeles May 9-10, 2002 and presented an Internet development session for the Missouri Bar Association Friday, June 14, 2002 at Lake Ozarks, Missouri as well as Intranet and Extranet sessions sponsored by LegalTech in New York September 19th and 20th, 2002, sessions at the Wisconsin Bar Association 5, 2002 and LawTech 2003, the Tennessee Bar Association in January 2003 and the North Carolina Bar Association’s BarLeadership Conference February 21, 2003, numerous North Carolina Bar Association CLE training sessions and anengagement to speak at two sessions at the North Carolina Bar Association’s annual meeting. Dale was a principal speaker at Lawyers Marketing’s 3-day Las Vegas conference in October 2003. He spoke at two sessions of the Milwaukee Bar Association’s annual Wisconsin Law & Technology Conference & Expo November 18, 2003. Dale was engaged to speak at the Midwest Law & Technology Conference, back-to-back technology sessions conducted by the Milwaukee and Chicago Bar Associations on November 31st and December 1, 2004. Dale provided hands-on PowerPoint training for Virginia Continuing Legal Education sessions May 11th in Fairfax, VA and May 12th, 2005 in Richmond, Va. He spoke on a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Web marketing at the American Bar Association (ABA) Techshow, April 2, 2005, a Catalyst 100 marketing session in Las Vegas, NV, April 21st and 22nd, 2005 and Myrtle Beach. SC September 2005 and presented a Web Marketing workshop at the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers’ annual convention in 2005. Additional presentations included Ethics and Web marketing sessions at the Virginia Trial Lawyers Solo and Small Firm Conference September 30, 2005, the Georgia Solo and Small Firm Conference September 9, 2005 and the Wisconsin Law and Technology Conference in November 2005 as well as a Web marketing presentation at the Solo and Small firm conference by the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers April 28, 2006, the Virginia CLE Solo and Small Firm Institute, May 16 and 17 at the Kingsmill Resort and Spa, Williamsburg, Virginia and the Missouri Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Conference, June 8 – 10, 2006 at Lake Ozarks, Missouri, the Georgia Solo and Small Firm Conference April 27, 2007, the ATLAS legal conference in Palm Beach, Florida on February 8, 2008, the Lawyers Inner Circle conference April 24, 2008, John Morgan’sPractice Made Perfect Client Retreat in Orlando, FL June 20, 2008 and the ATLAS Lawyers Group legal conference in Phoenix, AZ September 10, 2008, the Lawyers Inner Circle conference September 24, 2008,the Lawyers Inner Circleconference in Raleigh, North Carolina April 2009, the ATLAS Lawyers Marketing conference April 2009 in Orlando, Florida and the PILMMA conference in San Antonio September 24, 2009, an ATLAS conference in February 2010 and a PILMMA conference in April 2009 and the NC Bar May 2010. Future conferences include the NC Bar Association law firm marketing conference October 2010, PILMMA Fall 2010: October 29th and 30th at the Wynn in Las Vegas, NV, Spring 2011: April 1st and 2nd.
Dale has consulted with numerous businesses and law firms regarding the functionality and search engine effectiveness of their Internet systems and Web sites, as well as developing their Web sites. Dale is a leading expert in Web site promotion and is the author of the PromoteWebs Web site and co-author of the Law Web Marketing site. He is frequently quoted in leading national periodicals, including an issue of Fortune Small Business. He has been one of two judges for several Law Office Computing’s Best Large Firm Legal Web Sites contest and has been a judge for the North Carolina and South Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s Law Firm Web site contests.
Dale lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, is married and has three children. His hobbies include photography, running and sports. Dale may be reached at Consultwebs.com, 9913 Gralyn Rd., Raleigh, NC 27613, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 1-919-272-8052 or (800) 872-6590.