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The iPad for Lawyers: The Accessories

If you are hoping the iPad can replace your laptop, at least most of the time, read today's installment of Tom Mighell's series on the iPad for lawyers. He has some neat add-ons and gadgets that can help turn your iPad into a traveling office.

Tom Mighell - April 11, 2011

The iPad for Lawyers: All About Apps

Last week, Tom Mighell made the compelling argument for investigating whether the iPad can add value to the way you provide service to your clients. Today, in hopes of persuading those of you with lingering doubts, he discusses the best part ...

Tom Mighell - April 4, 2011

Wireless: Be Safe at Home

In her previous post Wireless: Hot Spot Safety Tips, Sheila Blackford explained how to connect safely from a café, airport or other public place. Here's her advice on the plugging the Wi-Fi holes at home as well.

Sheila Blackford - March 31, 2011
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The Importance of Being Trained

It's important—vitally important—to understand the full capabilities of the software used in your practice, even if you don't actually use it yourself. That means you need to know the "what" even if you never learn the "how." Otherwise, you’ll ...

Vivian Manning - March 30, 2011

The iPad for Lawyers: End of the PC?

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock or stuck on a deserted island for the past month, you’ll have likely noticed the fanfare that accompanied Apple’s recent unveiling of its latest “must-have” toy, the iPad 2. The new tablet device sold out ...

Tom Mighell - March 28, 2011

Words from the Wise

We’ve always figured that when really smart people talk, it’s generally a good idea to stop talking and listen. This Friday Five is an opportunity to do just that. Let’s eavesdrop on what some of our Attorney at Work Advisors have been doing ...

The Editors - March 25, 2011

Organize Your Brain with Mind Mapping

Nothing makes me happier than getting my head around complicated issues and feeling mastery over my chaotic, 21st-century life. And nothing helps me organize my scattered, Internet-addled brain cells better than mind mapping. Put simply, mind ...

Larry Port - March 24, 2011

Stupid Mistakes Lawyers Make with Technology

Given everything they have to do to keep their practices going and their clients well served, lawyers typically can't be expected to be full-on tech experts. Nonetheless, some of the basic rules that many fail to follow are amazing. Wow. Here is ...

Sharon Nelson and John Simek - March 17, 2011

LinkedIn and Your Job Search: Step One

While 90 million users may seem paltry relative to Facebook’s 500 million, LinkedIn offers a professional promise Facebook can’t touch: It can actually help you find and land a new position. In this two-part series, Wendy Werner gets you set up ...

Wendy Werner - March 16, 2011

Wireless: Hot Spot Safety Tips

Are you still using the default security setting on your wireless? Still using unsecured wireless settings at Starbucks, airports and hotel lobbies? If you answered, “What security setting?” then you'd better read this before you sit down with ...

Sheila Blackford - March 15, 2011