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The Friday Five

Using Evernote in Your Law Practice: Five Ways to Start

By | Mar.10.17 | 1 Comment

When talking with lawyers about Evernote, I often get the same comment: “I heard it was a good productivity tool so I downloaded Evernote, but I haven’t figured out how to get started with it.” …Continue reading »


The New LexisNexis Firm Manager Emerges 

By | Dec.04.14 | 7 Comments

In February 2014, LexisNexis relaunched the original 2011 Firm Manager, its online law practice management program for solo and small firm lawyers. Why the original product didn’t gain much traction isn’t relevant, because the new Firm Manager shines. Still, its development history provides some …Continue reading »


The Friday Five

Five Lessons from Hackcess to Justice

By | Aug.15.14 | 2 Comments

At “Hackcess to Justice” last week in Boston, lawyers and developers spent two days hacking away at a “technological-enabled solution” to improve access to justice. Sponsored by the ABA Journal and hosted by Suffolk Law School in …Continue reading »


THE FRIDAY FIVE: BOOK REVIEW

Ditching Paper? MacSparky to the Rescue

By | Jan.17.14 | 2 Comments

The e-book Paperless, self-published by attorney David Sparks (aka @MacSparky), has won an Apple iBookstore “Best of 2012” award. Okay, so it’s 2014, and I’m a bit late to the parade. But seriously, better late than never: …Continue reading »


The Friday Five

The Future of Lawyers: Five Big Ideas

By | Apr.26.13 | 1 Comment

With Professor Andrew Perlman at the helm, Suffolk University Law School in Boston recently created the Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation. Its purpose: To “study how technology is revolutionizing the practice of law.” Professor Perlman plans …Continue reading »