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Virtual Law Practice

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Ring Around the Future!

Okay, we know the business of practicing law is in transition. (Some say "crisis"). It is evolving into ... something. But what? That's the question the College of Law Practice Management wrestles with each year at its Futures Conference. Some ...

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton - October 5, 2012
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Why Skype? Get Google Hangouts

Google+ is Google’s effort to create a social media community. It seems like a lot of people have a Google+ account but don’t really use it. There is, though, one aspect of Google+ that differentiates it from the other social media sites and ...

Ruth Carter - July 20, 2012
Nothing But the Ruth

Lawyers: CYA When Working from Mobile Devices

One of the benefits of being a lawyer with a laptop, tablet or smartphone is that you really can work anywhere with access to Wi-Fi and your files. But the question of security must be addressed. How can you protect yourself and your clients ...

Ruth Carter - May 1, 2012
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Work Remotely with Great Tech Tools

I live and write in the great, white, cold north, where the winters are long and the snows are deep and frequent. It takes a far hardier person than me to endure the endless winter months without heading south for an extended period of time to, ...

Vivian Manning - March 26, 2012
Nothing But the Ruth

The Perfect Virtual Law Office Address

One of the first things you need when you open a new law practice is a mailing address. If you’re a solo practitioner, you may be working out of your house, but you may not want your clients or potential clients knowing where you live. You may ...

Ruth Carter - January 16, 2012