Law Practice Management


Hello Solo!

Not Just for Solos: Seven Startup Tips

By | Jul.02.15 | No Comments

In a few months, I will celebrate my third anniversary as a solo practitioner. Without question, this experience has been the most rewarding of my nearly 16 years practicing labor and employment law. In reflecting …Continue reading »


Website Marketing

Three Need-To-Knows About Website Legal Agreements

By | Jun.30.15 | No Comments

If you have clients that do business online, you most likely have been called upon to prepare various website legal agreements. Depending on the website, you may be drafting Terms of Use, Privacy Policies, or …Continue reading »


Give Your Client a Hand

It’s Complicated: Respect Client Schedules and Language Needs

By | Jun.29.15 | No Comments

In “Accommodating Clients with Special Needs,” we talked about steps you can take to provide superior service to older adults and people with disabilities. But “special needs” can also apply to clients who are full-time caregivers or busy working …Continue reading »


The Friday Five

Sneak Preview: Denney’s What’s Hot and What’s Not

By | Jun.05.15 | No Comments

Bob Denney’s big fourth-quarter report on What’s Hot and What’s Not in the Legal Profession always keeps us on top of the most important business trends. But no need to wait for year’s end to feel a little smarter about …Continue reading »


Clio Partner Spotlight

The Benefits of Integrated Legal Research

By | May.28.15 | No Comments

Legal research has come a long way in the digital era. Today’s attorneys have access to a wealth of previously unavailable research tools, and the ability to streamline and automate large chunks of the legal …Continue reading »


Give Your Client a Hand

Positive Client Experience? How to Improve Hospitality in the Office

By | May.21.15 | 2 Comments

“I’m tired of hearing about ‘improving the client experience.’ People come to me because I do excellent work. They don’t care if I’m nice.” Might sound familiar, but it’s only half right. Your clients expect you to …Continue reading »


Email Management, Part 2

Two (More) Dangerous Outlook Features for Lawyers

By | Apr.28.15 | No Comments

Just because nearly everyone knows how to send email doesn’t mean they use it well. In my previous post (“Most Dangerous Outlook Features for Lawyers“), I showed you two frequently used Outlook features that trip up even …Continue reading »


Law Blog How-Tos

Blog to Establish Your Expertise and Build Referral Networks

By | Apr.27.15 | 2 Comments

It’s difficult to see the connection between starting a blog, which is essentially dropping your words into a space on the Internet, and actually increasing the amount of business coming your way. Much hay has …Continue reading »


Friday Five+ Tech Tips

Experts Dish Up ABA TECHSHOW Tips & Take-aways

By | Apr.24.15 | 2 Comments

Not everyone could make it to ABA TECHSHOW 2015 last week. So, for this edition of Friday Five+ Tech Tips, we asked law practice technology experts who were on-site — and at the podium — to share …Continue reading »


Email Management, Part 1

Most Dangerous Outlook Features for Lawyers

By | Apr.22.15 | 2 Comments

Of all the Microsoft Office applications in law offices, Outlook is hands-down the most frequently used. After all, who doesn’t need to handle email every day? But lurking in the shadows of your email routine …Continue reading »