28February, 2011

Track Phone: iPhone Apps Deliver Time and Billing On-the-Go

Last week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. Last week’s Tip highlighted time and billing apps for the iPhone.Read the Tip here.

24February, 2011

A Review of Stephanie Kimbro’s “Virtual Law Practice”

I doubt I’m the only one who thinks of Stephanie Kimbro as a pioneer in establishing a virtual law practice. She has taken a similar role in instructing others on the same endeavor, which she does through a variety of avenues, including presentations, blogs, tweeting, and now her book, Virtual Law Practice: How to […]

24February, 2011

A Review of Stephanie Kimbro's "Virtual Law Practice"

I doubt I’m the only one who thinks of Stephanie Kimbro as a pioneer in establishing a virtual law practice. She has taken a similar role in instructing others on the same endeavor, which she does through a variety of avenues, including presentations, blogs, tweeting, and now her book, Virtual Law Practice: How to […]

14February, 2011

Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: Attorneys Must Install Conflict Check Systems

Last week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. Last week’s Tip addressed the importance of conflict checking and some methods for improving ineffective conflict checking systems.Read the Tip here.And, gentlemen readers, remember to treat your ladies right this Valentine’s Day.

9February, 2011

Guest Post: Psychodrama and the Presentation of Your Client’s Story

We are excited to publish, below, the first of a two-part series of posts from the 3 Sisters. (No, not those three sisters.) The 3 Sisters (not actual sisters) offer unique trial practice resources and training sessions. For general information respecting the 3 Sisters, check out their website, especially the frequently asked questions […]

1February, 2011

Guest Post: Attorneys’ Fees–The New Rule 1.5

We are very pleased (mostly because we don’t now have to research the topic ourselves) to have the below guest blog post, reproduced with the permission of its author, James S. Bolan, Esq., of Brecher, Wyner, Simons, Fox & Bolan, and covering recent changes to the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 1.5, respecting Fees. […]