20July, 2016

Work Planning: How to Use GTD + MIT [Template]

Find out how work planning can improve your time management and organization.

Sam Glover, founder of Lawyerist.com and attorney, joined me on this episode of the Legal Toolkit podcast to talk about time management and organization. One of the many great ideas Sam and I discussed is called “work planning”. Sam describes the concept of work […]

13July, 2016

Emergent Technology for Better Client Relations [Podcast]

How can you harness emergent technology like smart contracts, Bitcoin, and blockchain to help you serve your clients better?

Heidi recently spoke with Josh Stark, head of Operations & Legal at Ledger Labs, to find out how emergent technology could impact the practice of law.

Listen to the Emergent Technology episode of Legal Toolkit here.

Josh explains […]

7July, 2016

Are You Ready to Move Your Law Practice to the Cloud?

Everybody’s law practice is in the cloud but yours?

Using the cloud in your practice can provide a plethora of benefits for a law practice, including increased mobility, productivity, and even security. Once you’ve made the decision to move your practice to the cloud, you should approach the move through a series of preparatory steps. Whether […]

30June, 2016

Seize the Day: The Pause That Refreshes

Lawyers have a reputation for being workaholics.  Much of it is deserved.  Even though it’s harder now than ever before to make a living, let’s not kid ourselves: attorneys have been working overtime for a long, long . . . long time.  The ability to work oneself into the ground, in this profession, is (more […]

23June, 2016

Soft Launch: Building Out a Niche, the Safe Way [Video]

If you’re considering moving your practice into a niche but have reservations, Jared has a one minute tip that will make your decision easier.

For more information on niche practice development, check out:

-‘The Expertise Effect: How Getting Narrow Can Grow Your Practice’

-‘Rethinking the Practice of Law: Niche Practice Areas’

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Liner Notes

Even though my general view […]

17June, 2016

Got Debt? Student Loan Repayment and Forgiveness Programs for Lawyers [Guest Post]

As you know, it’s not an easy time to graduate from law school. Student debt has reached outrageous sums. Our guest blogger, Andrew Josuweit knows first-hand about student debt, as he watched his own debt rise to $107,000. He decided to do something about it by founding Student Loan Hero, a company that provides easy-to-use […]

10June, 2016

Techno Dabble: How To Build an Informal, Internal Support Network

Sometimes, when you buy software, you don’t just buy software; what may come attached are certain accoutrements, one of which may be a support package, which may be fairly costly in its own right, and oftentimes a continuing expense.  The continued development of cloud products has meant an increase in intuitive applications, which require less […]

27May, 2016

4 Ways to Use Video Marketing to Attract New Clients and Grow Your Practice [Guest Post]

As you may have heard, our annual marketing conference will be held on June 2-3 at MCLE, Boston.  (Hey, it’s not too late to sign up!)  One of our keynote speakers for the conference is Michael Mogill, president of Crisp Video Group, a national legal video marketing company that produces high-quality and engaging videos for […]

25May, 2016

Super Marketing Conference Previews [Video]

If you’re still on the fence about registering for this year’s Super Marketing Conference, find out why you should. Watch some of our speakers previewing their topics and inviting you to join us for #SuperMarket6! Select the ‘conference sponsor’ rate to get in for half-price when you register.

Check out the YouTube Playlist, or watch them here:

Michael […]

19May, 2016

Finders’ Mutation: Getting Discovered Online

Back in the day, you could hide from the internet.  There was a time (like when horseless carriages were in general use) when potential clients would not look for or vet lawyers online — at least not aggressively.  This was a function of a lack of information (just think of how much more stuff is […]