Lawyer Tech Tips

Microsoft Bookings
Microsoft Bookings: Transform the Way You Schedule Client Consultations

Danielle DavisRoe | Think of Microsoft Bookings as your personal scheduling assistant. Here's how to set it up.

Danielle DavisRoe - July 19, 2024
privacy laws
18 States Have Passed Privacy Laws: Law Firms Tighten Cybersecurity

“Battening down the hatches” has taken on a new impetus as state after state has passed privacy law requirements.

Michael Maschke, Sharon Nelson and John Simek - July 17, 2024
subjunctive mood and conditional phrasing
How to Master the Subjunctive and Conditional for Precise Legal Writing

Ivy Grey | Two powerful grammatical tools help lawyers write about hypotheticals with precision and clarity.

Ivy Grey - July 16, 2024
Microsoft Loop
Microsoft Loop: Transform Your Law Firm’s Process Documentation

Danielle DavisRoe | Microsoft 365 includes three apps — Bookings, Forms, and ToDo — that make it easy to streamline your work.

Danielle DavisRoe - June 28, 2024
Writing the table of authorities
Editing, Citations and the Table of Authorities: Keys to Persuasive Legal Writing

Ivy Grey | Effective legal writing combines articulate argumentation, authoritative citation, and proficient use of tools like the Table of Authorities.

Ivy Grey - May 23, 2024
voice cloning and deepfakes
How Lawyers Can Use Code Words to Combat Client Voice Cloning and Deepfakes

In an era of deepfakes and digital deception, a simple shared code word may be your strongest shield.

Mark C. Palmer - May 21, 2024
Microsoft 365 Apps
Transform Your Law Practice With Three Microsoft 365 Apps

Danielle DavisRoe | Microsoft 365 includes three apps — Bookings, Forms, and ToDo — that make it easy to streamline your work.

Danielle DavisRoe - May 10, 2024
file management on the Remarkable 2
Brilliant File Management on the Remarkable 2

Analog Attorney | File management on the Remarkable 2 can be intuitive and fast, if you set it up at the beginning.

Bull Garlington - April 17, 2024
SIEMs for law firms
What the Heck Is a SIEM and Why Do Law Firms Need Them? Here’s Your Primer

Why are SIEMs for law firms is important? In the simplest terms, it's a security solution that detects threats before your firm is impacted.

Michael Maschke, Sharon Nelson and John Simek - April 8, 2024
scrub metadata from legal documents
How to Scrub Metadata from Legal Documents: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Danielle DavisRoe | There are plenty of ways to scrub metadata from files before sharing them. Here's how to do it in Word and Acrobat.

Danielle DavisRoe - April 5, 2024
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