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The Remarkable 2, Supernote A5 X and iPad: War of the E-Tablets!

Analog Attorney | As your analog-digital spy, I’ve secretly investigated three of the top electronic note-taking tablets.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 2, 2022
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Lawyer Safety: Are You Prepared?

Lawyer safety is not a new concern for me. In 2013, I was a few blocks away when fellow Arizona attorney Mark Hummels was shot and killed by the opposing party in a meeting with the opposition regarding a civil case. Hummels’ client was also killed in that incident. Incidents like this have made me question whether personal safety should have a higher priority in the legal profession.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated May 30, 2022
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What Will Hybrid Marketing Look Like for Law Firms?

Sally Schmidt | Smart lawyers will combine traditional approaches with the lessons learned during the pandemic to create a new hybrid approach to marketing.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 3, 2022
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Five Mistakes to Avoid When Working with a Virtual Legal Assistant

Maintaining a healthy relationship with your assistant is not an easy job. But, if you avoid these mistakes, a VLA can become an invaluable resource. With proper direction, they can baby-sit your law office in your absence.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 14, 2022
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What Motivates Millennials? Ways Law Firms Are Retaining Young Lawyers

To check turnover and retain more lawyers, firms look to what inspires and fulfills millennials.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 7, 2022
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Flagging Incoming Court Emails in Outlook

Video | Deborah Savadra demonstrates how to set up a rule that alerts you to e-filing notifications.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 20, 2022
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Systems and Procedures: Making Your Practice Work Well — Consistently

How many times have you tried to program a new piece of technology — for instance, a new smart TV —  without the manual? How’d that go? How many times has a team member forgotten a task or step in a matter? How often have you done the same? In “Why Lawyers Really Struggle with Work-Life Balance,” I gave six steps to building a practice that runs smoothly and allows you to have a life. In this post, we’ll discuss the third step: building better systems and procedures.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 7, 2022
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Law Office Space: How Much Is Enough?

Question: Do law firms really need 100,000-plus square feet of office space anymore? Will coffee shops, home offices and airports be the law offices of the future, especially as the workforce gets younger? We asked the experts from the Association of Legal Administrators for the scoop on size. Todd Summerfelt, Chief Operating Officer at Carney Badley Spellman, and Rick Thorning, HQ Operations Manager at Perkins Coie, take a look at the future. ... READ MORE

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 22, 2022
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Workspace: 8 Things Every Lawyer Needs to Get the Work Done

Andrea Cannavina shares some favorite tools that will have a serious impact on your home office happiness.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated May 30, 2022
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How to Name Your Law Firm and Protect It With a Trademark

Be sure to run a proper trademark search and file for federal registration before you fall in love with the name for your new law firm.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 16, 2022
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