27August, 2009

Guest Post: Kick-Start Your Practice: Join a Lawyer Referral Service

This post represents the second, and final, guest appearance by LOMAP summer intern, Michael Pirrello. Mike is done carrying this program, and has returned to school as of this past Monday. Mike begins his third year at Suffolk University Law School, and is ready (and well-prepared, incidentally) to move onto bigger and better […]

20August, 2009

RECAPture the Public Domain: Access PACER Documents for Free

Accessing appellate, district and bankruptcy court records via the Federal Judiciary’s PACER system is clunky, to the point that it gets difficult to determine whether this PACER or this Pacer is the more inefficient use. Plus, PACER charges for documents: 8 cents per page accessed; there’s even an 8 cent charge for a search […]

12August, 2009

Get Buy-In Before You Buy In: Build Consensus for Internal Change

Whether attempting to break in new software, instituting a new protocol or changing an existing office arrangement, you’re almost guaranteed to find that not everyone is immediately on the same page.A familiar chorus may repeat itself, in internal discussions:“Well, Phyllis has done it this way forever, and she’s been our office manager for forever, and […]

7August, 2009

Gauging Your Efforts for Effect: Return to the Nature of Your Investments, in Reviewing Your Marketing Plan(ning)

The last session of the LOMAP Marketing Group was held just under a month ago, giving rise to the occasion of the writing of this, the second to last post in the LOMAP Marketing Group Marketing series, from the Department of Redundancy Department. I say that this is the second to last post, because we […]

6August, 2009

Web Address, In a Larger Sense

Are you tired of paying beaucoup bucks to have someone else create and maintain your website for you? Perhaps you have tried to design and maintain your own website, but have instead only learned to hate html, or a clunky production and maintenance program, with the fire of a thousand suns? Or, maybe […]