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 […]

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, […]

29June, 2017

Microsoft Word Power Tools for Lawyers [Webinar]

Using Microsoft Word isn’t always as straightforward as it should be. In our next edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Chelsey Lambert will give you the tools to save time in your law practice – in 30 minutes or less.
On July 18th at 1pm (eastern)
Chelsey Lambert will present
Microsoft Word Power Tools for Lawyers
How much of […]

7March, 2017

Automation in Law Practice: Where to Start (and Why!)

Implementing automation in your law practice can save you time and money. Here’s what you need to know.
In the current state of the legal market, the demand for legal services is high, but clients are looking to pay less. This plays out in a number of ways. For large law firms, companies seek reduced rates […]

22February, 2017

How to Vet Cloud Technology Providers

Deciding to use cloud technology in your law practice is only the first step. It’s a great first step – but you still need to vet those cloud technology providers!
If you’ve ever heard me speak, you’ll know that I advocate for the use of cloud technology in today’s law firms. There are at least three rock […]

10February, 2017

THREE Days Left: Early Bird Discount for ABA TECHSHOW Extended

This year’s conference is offering more tools than ever to help you optimize your lawyering.
Every spring, the ABA Law Practice Division brings lawyers and technology together in Chicago, and we pass along an additional discount to our subscribers. Early Bird Rates have been extended to Monday, February 13th. Register here, using code EP1724.

Every lawyer is a human. […]

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 […]

6September, 2016

How to Avoid a Data Breach: Best Practices for the Small Law Firm

We’ll be at Social Law Library on December 8th with practical guidance on data security for small law firms.
If you’re wondering exactly what your small law firm needs to do to protect against threats to your data, this program is for you. Bring your specific security needs, and work with experts who can give you […]

16August, 2016

A Primer on Law Practice Startup Tech

Law practice startup tech can shape your work-life balance. We saved the best for last in our Startup Questions series!
The first five steps to get moving on your law practice startup tech:

A laptop or tablet is ideal for mobile practitioners, and can serve as a primary computing device. A redundant backup system using external hard drives […]