Jim Calloway is Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association Management Assistance Program. He is a co-author of the ABA books "How Good Lawyers Survive Bad Times" and "Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour: Strategies That Work." Jim blogs at Jim Calloway’s Law Practice Tips and co-produces the podcast The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology. Follow him @JimCalloway.

Tech Tip

Big Data, Little Data: It’s All Useful Data

By | Sep.06.16 | No Comments

In our Friday Five "Tech Tips: Small, Powerful Ways to Use Data in Your Law Firm," practice management technology experts recently weighed in on how small law firms can use data in a meaningful way. Oklahoma Bar …Continue reading »


Pearls of Legal Technology Wisdom for Solo and Small Firms

By | Apr.06.16 | 1 Comment

ABA TECHSHOW just marked its 30th anniversary. The traditional gift for a 30th anniversary is pearl — and that's appropriate since I have received many pearls of wisdom in my years at the conference. I attended my first TECHSHOW …Continue reading »

Friday Five

Five Thoughts on the Future for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers

By | Jan.30.15 | 7 Comments

In 2014, I spent a lot of time focused on the future of lawyers. One highlight of that was spending time with legal futurist Richard Susskind, who was our guest at the Oklahoma Bar Association's …Continue reading »

The Friday Five

The 2011 National Solo & Small Firm Conference

By | Oct.28.11 | No Comments

The ABA's National Solo & Small Firm Conference, held October 20-23 in Denver, offered a huge range of CLE (more than 50 hours' worth) for busy lawyers. For this week's Five, we asked Jim Calloway, …Continue reading »