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Legal Technology

Boost Your Online Visibility With Curating

So how do you stay visible on the web and offer good content to your social networks? I've begun experimenting with "curating"—a form of social news aggregation—to create The LPS Reader, a newsletter of my handpicked, top 10 favorite posts of ...

Donna Seyle - October 11, 2011

Take It From the Wonder Pets

I spend a fair amount of time watching my nephews and niece, ages six, four and two, respectively. They tend to cycle through the kids’ shows, but there’s one they keep going back to, time and again: The Wonder Pets. I know. At ...

Gwynne Monahan - October 10, 2011

Tablet Love

If you're feeling a little goofy about just how deeply in love you are with your nifty new tablet, don't be. Even the hardcore techies are a bit over the moon about the changes it's making in their work and lifestyles. Just to prove our point, ...

The Editors - October 7, 2011
man sitting in chair managing a law practice jared correia

Moving Party: Portable Scanners for the Modern Circuitrider

Mobility is a bedrock consideration for modern business practice, including the practice of law. But today’s mobile tool kit may be incomplete without a portable scanner, that will allow you to roam free, and paperless, wherever you happen to be.

Jared Correia - October 6, 2011

How Should You Spend Your Tech Dollars?

While the combined topics of surveys, technology and purchasing might have you running for the hills, results from the International Legal Technology Association's 2011 ILTA/InsideLegal Technology Purchasing Survey contain some “good to know” ...

Jobst Elster - October 5, 2011
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Resume Magic: Vizualize.me!

So here’s a fun—and potentially very powerful—thing to do: Hop over to Vizualize.me and create an infographic resume for yourself. The result, I think you’ll agree, is high on the cool spectrum. Even better, it's low on the difficulty scale.

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton - October 3, 2011

Keep Your Seat When Applying Electronically

Job hunting best-case scenario? A friend or colleague introduces you to an employer who wants to hire you. The more likely scenario? You’re going to have to dive onto the Internet with the rest of the searchers and file many, ...

Wendy Werner - September 29, 2011
Woman and Man with tech in background

Going Places? Yes, Google Places!

Did you know there’s a free web space available to every law firm, from solos to megafirms, waiting for you to stake your claim? Google, the Search Engine ruler, provides space at Google Places to host information about your law firm—and this ...

Vivian Manning - September 26, 2011

Lawyers: Seven Keys to Your Online Reputation

Online advice and recommendations are proving as important as personal word-of-mouth referrals, and a new study from Cone shows the former can derail the latter. Most people will rely on online information as confirmation before retaining a ...

Bob Weiss - September 21, 2011

Tech Your Way to More Revenue

Since we couldn't all be there yesterday at the Legal Marketing Technology Conference/West, we asked David King Keller and Jane Shahi to be our eyes and ears. For this week's Friday Five, they report on their favorite marketing tips and ...

David King Keller and Jane Shahi - September 16, 2011