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Blizzard of Options

The Legal Document Automation System Decision

By | Jan.26.16 | 2 Comments

Any nontrivial decision presents a tournament of reasons. Choosing document drafting tools for law practice is a classic case, featuring a complex dance of circumstances, candidates and considerations. This is the third in a series …Continue reading »


A World of Options

Document Automation Choices: Buy or Build?

By | Dec.16.15 | No Comments

In my previous post, “Choosing a Document Automation System,” we kicked off the topic with a checklist of circumstances and goals for those embarking on what can be a challenging journey. This post turns to the many …Continue reading »


Checklist

Choosing a Document Automation System

By | Nov.18.15 | 1 Comment

The secret’s out. Many legal documents, even quite complex ones, can be reliably drafted by intelligent software when it is supplied with appropriate inputs. Consumers and businesses have become accustomed to preparing their own documents with …Continue reading »


Decision-Making Skills

Helping Others to Choose Well

By | May.19.15 | 1 Comment

An important client texts you for advice on a critical decision, apologizing that circumstances don’t permit a better means of communication. You can’t see or hear each other, and time is of the essence. The …Continue reading »


Decision-Making Skills, Part 2

Choosing to Choose Well

By | Apr.14.15 | No Comments

Have you ever left a phone charger behind in a hotel room even though you carefully looked before checking out? Returned from grocery shopping only to remember you forgot the milk? Operated on someone, sewed …Continue reading »


Decision-Making Skills

Are You a Good Chooser?

By | Mar.11.15 | 2 Comments

Think back through a couple of recent decisions you’ve made or helped make, whether at work or in personal life. Did they turn out well? Was that because you did a good job of choosing? …Continue reading »