21September, 2017

How Lawyers Can Be More Productive with Office 365

Find out what features and tools in MS Office 365 will help lawyers the most!
Microsoft Office 365 offers too many features to keep up with, from built-in tools to apps and add-ins. While you were busy practicing law, our friends at Attorney at Work sourced expert input to give you tips on what features will […]

14September, 2017

How Lawyers Can Avoid Wasting Money on Tech

Investing in tech can save your law practice money – but it can also waste it. Avoid these common sources!
No one wants to waste money. And while technology often offers more cost effective solutions in law practice, it often requires substantial investment. To help lawyers make wiser investments in tech, our friends at Attorney at […]

7September, 2017

Practice Launch Pad for New Lawyers [Program Series]

Practice Launch Pad is a 10-week series of programs designed to help new lawyers as they prepare to launch their own practices.

Our regular Law Practice Startup Workshops have been so consistently popular among new attorneys that we began partnering with Starting Out Solo, helping to ensure lawyers who have never practiced before get the essentials.

New […]

31August, 2017

How Lawyers Can Tap into Media to Develop Business [Webinar]

Traditional media has received less attention as an avenue for business development for lawyers since social media has become a dominant trend. But they aren’t mutually exclusive, and traditional media offers distinct advantages. Our next edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers will help you understand how traditional media can help your law practice grow – in […]

17August, 2017

Tips for Better Calendaring in Your Law Practice

Your calendar is the core of your busy law practice. A more efficient calendaring system leads to a more efficient law practice.
Back at the start of the calendar year, our friends at Attorney at Work sourced expert tips on how lawyers can improve their calendars for a round of Friday 5+ Tech Tips.

Heidi contributed a […]

11August, 2017

How to Find the Right Marketing Strategy for Your Law Practice

Marketing and business development begins with an answer to the question: Who are you trying to attract as future clients? It begins with selecting your practice area and niche.

Your answer should infuse every choice you make about your marketing methods and content. Marketing methods include both active and passive means, using the array of […]

1August, 2017

How to Develop and Collaborate with your Networks for a Better Law Practice

There is a very social side to law practice performance. Here’s how you can start developing your networks and your ability to collaborate in them to find new growth for your law practice and career.

The most effective people create and then tap into their large, diversified networks for help when they need it. It’s how they get their […]

27July, 2017

5 Tips for Lawyers to Guide their Clients [Webinar]

Success for lawyers depends on clients in a number of ways. Our next edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers will help you improve your law practice by cultivating your clients’ understanding of your representation and work on their legal case – in 30 minutes or less.
On August 22nd at 12pm (eastern)
Charity Anastasio will present
You are […]

20July, 2017

10 Microsoft Outlook Features Lawyers Should Use

If you’re one of the many lawyers relying on MS Outlook for email, calendaring, and maybe more – you need to utilize these features.
1. Schedule Emails by Delaying Delivery

While you may work 24/7 for your clients, do you really want them to think you are available at 3am on Saturday morning? I’d advise against it. Instead, […]

10July, 2017

5 Steps to Minimize Data Breach Risks in Your Law Practice

Follow these steps to avoid data breaches in your law practice that would make you WannaCry.
WannaCry. WannaCry. WannaCry. Yes, that’s how many lawyers feel when they think about digital data security, especially the folks over at DLA Piper who were recently hit with a type of ransomware similar to WannaCry, known as Petrwrap/Petya.

Let’s face it, […]