28October, 2011

Guest Post: Go Pro Bono with Confidence

In observance of the American Bar Association’s National Pro Bono Celebration, taking place, this year, this week of October 23rd through the 29th, we will be doing our small part to support the movement by publishing two pro bono-related posts to the LOMAP Blog, the second of which appears below. For this post, we […]

26October, 2011

Guest Post: Going Back to Give Back

In observance of the American Bar Association’s National Pro Bono Celebration, taking place, this year, this week of October 23rd through the 29th, we will be doing our small part to support the movement by publishing pro bono-related posts to the LOMAP Blog. For this post, we are indebted to its author, Chris Saccardi, […]

21October, 2011

Word Up: 5 More Microsoft Tips (Part II)

Previously, at the LOMAP Blog, here:We offered some of our five favorite tips for leveraging your Outlook email, with a promise to double down, with five more of our favorite tips, the next time around, for Microsoft Word. Well, the next time has just about come around.I believe Cameo said it best, when they […]

14October, 2011

Student Loan Management 101

This week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. This week’s Tip offer some potential solutions for lawyers overburdened with student loan debt.Read the Tip here.

11October, 2011

Moving Party: Portable Scanners for the Modern Circuit Rider

I’ve chosen to broadcast my one really good idea for the month of October through Attorney at Work. Yup, there’s only one . . . and they have it.This month, I write about the modern vogue of the paperless office, as effectuated by scanning; and, I list my three favorite portable scanners.Read more […]

7October, 2011

Super Structure: The Paper-Based System Holding Up Your Paperless Office

My monthly contribution to Clio’s Small Firm Innovation group blog (on the September theme of ‘paperless’) finds me talking all about how the move to a paperless office may not be that different from what you’ve been doing after all. Answers to questions include: Can the general structure of your prior systems survive the […]