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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

8November, 2016

Microsoft Outlook Tips for PC Lawyers [Webinar]

Find out how you can use Outlook more effectively on your PC in this edition of our Webinars for Busy Lawyers.

About this Webinar

Failure to respond, failure to communicate, failure to supervise and missed deadlines are the leading malpractice claims that plague today’s lawyer. Learn how the most powerful email and information managers can help you […]

6May, 2016

Managing Email Attachments with inMailX: Product from ABA TECHSHOW 2016 [Video]

Charity Anastasio, our counterpart at the Washington State Bar’s LOMAP, found inMailX in the exhibit halls of ABA TECHSHOW 2016. We haven’t tried it yet, but if you deal in high volumes of email attachments, it definitely sounds like a product you might want to look into. Charity will tell you more in the video, […]

18March, 2016

Time-Saving Email Tips [Video]

Heidi is back on the vlog this week, still trying to help you save some of the valuable time you currently spend on email. Last week she taught you how to use Outlook Quick Parts to automate drafting. This week she has two time-saving tips that require no new technology.

Links referenced in the video:

How to […]

6August, 2015

For What It’s Worth: Considering the Upsell

One does not simply buy a product in 2015. As our society has advanced in its complexity, products, even niche products, are fitted for specific uses. That’s why there are umpteen dozen versions of Tide — though, I do appreciate those versions addressing allergy sensitivities.

And, it’s the same deal with computer software. There are freeware […]

17July, 2015

Block Letters: Time Management for Lawyers, Part 6: Handling Large Projects

Well, this is it: the final installment of our time management series. (Read parts one, two, three, four, and five, if you want to catch up.) It’s been real; but, it had to end sometime; and, this is the end of the line. This final post will focus on managing large projects — perhaps I […]

10December, 2014

Block Letters: Time Management for Lawyers, Part 3: Technology Solutions

In Part 1 in our series on time management, we covered some basic solutions. In Part 2, we addressed some email management techniques. Now, we’ll consider a variety of technology solutions that will answer for tracking your time, saving your time, and, ultimately, increasing your efficiency.

Technology Conventions

One of the simplest technology upgrades you can implement […]

27November, 2014

Gee, Mail, Thanks!: Three Google Email Attachments

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Given the vast array of law practice technology options, as well as the further multitudes of office technology used in law firms, it’s no wonder that no two law offices share the same, exact technology rig — though, many share constituent parts.

There have been several noticeable shifts in practice management technology preferences since […]