23November, 2011

Two Tiers in a Bucket: Time Management on Lock Down

My monthly contribution to Clio’s Small Firm Innovation group blog (on the October theme of ‘time management’) finds me offering a novel analogy for an ancient (and still effective) method of organizing tasks. I think I had the Panama Canal on the brain; I’ve been reading Edmund Morris’ “Colonel Roosevelt”.You can read more, here.

21November, 2011

Law Practice Management Software: A Holistic Remedy

I’ve chosen to broadcast my one really good idea for the month of November through Attorney at Work. Yup, there’s only one . . . and they have it.This month, I write about the myriad options that attorneys have in law practice management software, broken down across categories of my own devising.Read more here.

16November, 2011

Chief Exports: Maneuvering Outlook Contacts

Last week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. Last week’s Tip suggests methods for moving your contacts list, or portions thereof, out of Microsoft Outlook.Read the Tip here.

10November, 2011

Xobni: Useful Even When Your Inbox Isn’t Backwards

Xobni is a plug-in, working with Microsoft Outlook and Gmail, that adds a number of truly practical functions, and some superfluous functions, too, all located on one convenient, collapsible, expandable panel. Xobni is contact-centric, in that it displays information and tools specific to the sender of whatever email is currently selected. So, […]

10November, 2011

Xobni: Useful Even When Your Inbox Isn't Backwards

Xobni is a plug-in, working with Microsoft Outlook and Gmail, that adds a number of truly practical functions, and some superfluous functions, too, all located on one convenient, collapsible, expandable panel. Xobni is contact-centric, in that it displays information and tools specific to the sender of whatever email is currently selected. So, […]

4November, 2011

Second Coming: Firm Future Conference Returns for 2011 Edition; Free Registration for LOMAP Blog Readers

Sequels are almost always worse than the originals. Witness: Harry Chapin’s ill-advised follow-up to “Taxi”, uncleverly titled “Sequel”; “Back to the Future Part II”; and, (who could forget) Bobby Brown’s follow-up to the classic album, “Don’t Be Cruel”, “Bobby”–ain’t nobody Humpin’ Around indeed. I’m not even going to get into Louie Anderson’s hosting […]

2November, 2011

Guest Post: CMS* in the Small Law Firm

Socratically wise enough to leave the high-level technology conversations to the experts, we are very pleased to offer the following guest post from Ken Leeser, who below weighs in on the effectiveness of public cloud tools for small law firms. Ken is the president of VarZero, and he has twenty-five years of experience working […]