29March, 2013

Guest Post: The Legal Ethics of Cloud Computing in Massachusetts

Judging from the number of questions we get on the topic here at LOMAP, it’s clear that lawyers retain an abiding interest in cloud services, due, in large part, to the increased efficiency and flexibility cloud services purport to provide.  However, a number of attorneys I speak to are reluctant to use the cloud; and, […]

26March, 2013

Solo Practice You: A Collection of Recordings for the Curious Attorney

While my regular podcasting home is the Legal Talk Network (watch for a new episode of the Legal Toolkit later this week, in which I explain my long hiatus and introduce a show co-host), I have been known to dip my toe into other waters, appearing as a guest on other podcasts, from time to […]

22March, 2013

Tips on Getting Paid

This week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP.  In this week’s tip, we provide a number of tips on how to get paid for your services.  

20March, 2013

Pickin’ Up What You’re Puttin’ Down: Locating Your Files

I chose to broadcast my one really good idea for the month of January through Attorney at Work.  Yup, there’s only one . . . and, they have it.

In this installment, I cover the filing and retrieving of law office matters and papers (or electronic versions thereof).  Come for the staccato suggestions respecting the fine-tuning […]

15March, 2013

Website Essentials – Part IV: Search Engine Optimization

This is the fourth installment of a four part series on how to build a website for your law firm.  Previous parts tackled initial steps (Part I), design and development (Part II), and site metrics (Part III).

Likely, you have heard the terminology “search engine optimization” or “SEO” in reference to online marketing.  The terms […]

12March, 2013

Tech-ish Delight: Is This the Year You Hit ABA TECHSHOW?

It’s a straight-up fact that you should never accept Turkish delight from a stranger offering it for free.  Horrible, horrible things are bound to happen.  (I feel like a British person would say ‘horrible’, rather than ‘terrible’.  I’ve been conscripted into watching ‘Downton Abbey’ lately; and, I hate it.  Back home, we called it DonwtoWn […]

8March, 2013

The Intersection of Convenience and Care: Informed Consent for Cloud Applications

This week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP.  In this week’s tip, we provide thoughts on time tracking and recording efficiencies.

Read the tip here.