18November, 2010

Law Practice the Other Day: Latest Issue of ABA eZine focuses to In-House Attorneys and New Partners

Just last post, I was talkin’ all about how I didn’t write about niche topics and stuff.Well, this post comes with my introductory, profound apologies for being a downright, filthy liar, because here I am again, talkin’ ‘bout, as far as you can tell from the title, issues of interest to in-house counsel and new […]

12November, 2010

Some Intellectual Conversation: Legal Talk Network Debuts New Podcast Covering IP Law

It’s a rare day here at the LOMAP Blog, that I write on a specific practice area. It’s probably become clear to you all by now that we almost never address specific practice area concerns. There’s reasons for that, to name two: (1) if I had to address every law practice management issue […]

11November, 2010

They’re Not Worthy: Tips for Client Selecting

With apologies to Wayne and Garth, it is true that some potential clients are not worthy of your significant attentions. And, the sooner you find that out, the sooner you can cut bait, and run (or close to it), very much in the other direction, and far. Now, it’s not like clients are […]

5November, 2010

Guest Post: Selected Tips for Paying Attention to Details in Legal Writing in the Electronic Age

We are pleased to welcome this guest post from Kenneth Reich, written on a topic so far unique to the LOMAP Blog: legal writing. Mr. Reich offers mentoring services to attorneys with various levels of experience. (For more on Mr. Reich, you may view his profile, at his website.) During his career, […]

4November, 2010

Part II: More Considerations in Creating a Website Using WordPress

When I wrote about Basic Considerations in Creating a Website Using WordPress, I promised to share some particular, hopefully useful, tips to assist you in setting up your website using WordPress. So, let us begin with the most immediately noticeable feature on your website: the Header. Your header image has to match the pixels specified […]

28October, 2010

Platform Shoes: Social Media Marketing, Fitted for Your Practice (Part, the Second)

Last time, on the LOMAP Blog . . .

This time, on the LOMAP Blog, social media marketing and giants battle it out, in the mind of Jared Correia . . .

Blogging is, basically, to draw an extrapolated line from some of the more original of our behavior, a continuing series of self-published, short (I know, […]

25October, 2010

Up-Standing Committee: BBA New Lawyers Section Offers Pro Bono Opportunities Through Subcommittee

Today marks the near beginning of the 2010 National Pro Bono Celebration, ongoing for the remainder of this week, and sponsored by the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service. The Celebration is meant to highlight the, often underlighted, contributions of attorneys working for the public good, to the advantage […]

21October, 2010

Platform Shoes: Social Media Marketing, Fitted for Your Practice (Part, the Fir£t)

I’m feeling sort of black opal today. (Am I a shiny object of some kind? Am I the combination of all colors? No. That’s just my way of saying that I am going to write a really long blog post now (in two parts, no less); so, it’s my own adjectival […]

14October, 2010

Part I: Basic Considerations in Creating a Website Using WordPress

I recently redesigned our website using WordPress. On a few occasions, Rodney and Jared probably overheard just how much fun I was having. So much fun that Jared let me write a blog post on it. My frustrations were not caused by WordPress. No. WordPress is pretty awesome. […]

12October, 2010

Generational Intersection: Lawyers and Communication Across Age Gaps

I had the good fortune of recently being interviewed for an article about the ways in which lawyers communicate with colleagues and clients across the generation gap. You may find the full article here, very well-written, as it is, by Correy Stephenson of Lawyers USA.You’ll find me planted squarely in this piece as the […]