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Notes from the ABA TECHSHOW 2018 Startup Alley

Year after year, I refer to ABA TECHSHOW as the “relationship” conference. It’s where you spend time with old friends, make new ones, provide and receive mentorship, and come away energized with lots of new ideas to try out with a community of ...

Tim Baran - March 16, 2018

Does Your Law Practice Need an App?

At least 77% of Americans own a smartphone. They spend, on average, two hours and 51 minutes per day on these smartphones. That’s a lot of people and a lot of time. The data also show that of all the time Americans spend online — on mobile or on ...

Nika Kabiri - January 3, 2018
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Five Ways Mobile Apps Keep Work Moving During the Holidays

With fewer people in the office over the holidays, it can be hard to keep work moving efficiently. Today, there’s a whole host of mobility tools to alleviate the pressure when you need to get the same amount of work done with half the staff. ...

Jami Gyurci - December 21, 2017
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Top Five Ways Lawyers Use Dictation Technology

For many young lawyers, dictation evokes images of dusty credenzas covered with tape recorders and microphones. But while today’s lawyers tend to be much more tech-savvy than past generations, they still use their voices to accomplish a lot ...

Eric Wangler - August 4, 2017

Digital Dictation and Transcription Options

Many lawyers dictate their thoughts into a recording device, then send the recording to an assistant for transcription. This is a great time-saver for the lawyer. But the human transcriptionist today is gradually giving way to computer versions. ...

Luigi Benetton - June 20, 2017

Office 365 Productivity Tips for Lawyers

How can you get the most from Microsoft Office 365's new features? Curious about all the new apps and add-ins popping up in the Office Store? For this edition of Tech Tips Friday, practice management technology experts Heidi Alexander, ...

Joan Feldman - April 28, 2017

Tips and Takeaways from ABA TECHSHOW 2017

Last week, we shared highlights of ABA TECHSHOW's exposition hall, with a big list of what's new in legal technology. Today, top practice management technology pros (including faculty and former ABA TECHSHOW chairs) share their personal favorite ...

Joan Feldman - March 28, 2017
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Using Evernote in Your Law Practice: Five Ways to Start

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.” Fortunately, there are some simple ways to ...

Heidi Alexander - March 10, 2017
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Smart Law Offices and Connected Devices

It starts with a simple request to your iPhone ("Siri, add an appointment to my calendar") or a command to your new Amazon Echo ("Alexa, add toner to my shopping cart"). Before you know it, the Internet of Things has slipped straight from your ...

Joan Feldman - March 3, 2017
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Five Ways Quip Can Help Your Legal Practice

In "Evernote vs. Quip: A New Productivity King?" I introduced you to Quip, the collaborative workspace app invented by former Facebook and Google executives. Quip's creators wanted teams to be able to collaborate and share information without ...

Daniel Gold - December 12, 2016