Whether or not you consider yourself a mobile lawyer, we’re all part of a professional community and society that embraces mobile technology. That means our clients and opposing counsel expect us to be able to …Continue reading »
When he started his solo practice, Bryan Sims knew he wanted a paperless firm: “I didn’t want to pay for storage,” he recalls. At ABA TECHSHOW 2014, Sims said a change of attitude is the …Continue reading »
Don’t you wish you had a superpower, or at least some handy mobile tools, that would help you get, keep and cross-sell more clients? Well, wish no more. Law firm business development experts are producing …Continue reading »
Get It Done!
No matter how technologically advanced we are as a society, we still follow a tradition that goes all the way back to the 1600s, when calling cards made their debut. Over the next centuries, calling …Continue reading »
Which apps do lawyers like to use? For our summer download, A Matter of Time, National Purchasing Partners (NPP) identified a list of 20 — many of them free — for document review and markup, …Continue reading »
As managing partner of my firm, I’m not just an attorney, but also a business owner. That means I need to use technology in a way that helps me keep organized and complete every task …Continue reading »
Time Management. Ha! As if it’s really possible to wrestle those slippery hours, minutes and days into any semblance of order, or exercise any control. Most days just whiz by, leaving you with nothing more than a …Continue reading »
Get It Done!
In previous posts, I’ve covered how Evernote helps to get things done more efficiently and with ease. In this post, I’ll focus on using checklists in Evernote to help you become an even more productive …Continue reading »
APPS FOR LAWYERS
At a recent seminar on using the iPad in law practice, I was asked: “If you were trying a lawsuit on a desert island and could only take three apps with you, what apps would …Continue reading »