My monthly contribution to Clio’s Small Firm Innovation group blog (on the September theme of ‘paperless’) finds me talking all about how the move to a paperless office may not be that different from what you’ve been doing after all. Answers to questions include: Can the general structure of your prior systems survive the […]
The September issue of the American Bar Association General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division’s new “GPSolo eReport” features my review of Brightleaf, a document assembly platform for legal; but, you already knew that, because you’ve read the title to this blog post. You can read my full review here, in which I do […]
Last week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. Last week’s Tip covers a number of free or cheap (but mostly free) ways to protect your iPad from loss or theft.Read the Tip here.
We are pleased to proffer, below, a second guest post from Kenneth Reich, who has previously written, for the LOMAP Blog, on the topic of effective legal writing. (You can read Mr. Reich’s prior effort, here.) Mr. Reich offers mentoring services to attorneys with various levels of experience. During his career (for […]
Boston Bar Association to Debut New Committee for Entrepreneurial Development; First Program to Focus on iPad PracticeJared Correia
The fall of summer most often means the beginning of a new fiscal year within legal associations, and with it the heralding of new (and renewed) projects, all established to set specific corners of the legal world aflame with the phoenix spirit of volunteerism–the carroted inducement being the promise of new and useful networking affiliations.Of […]
One of my last times out, I wrote about how I had decided to make a concerted effort to contribute to other blogs, since I’d like someone to force word counts upon my person, and given that my time is precious and all (but it is). As I then noted, I’ve been contributing two […]
Last week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. Last week’s Tip offers some suggestions for projecting revenue, which can be a thorny proposition, especially for new firms.Read the Tip here.
The Massachusetts LOMAP/North Carolina Bar Association Marketing Group will kick off its 2011-2012 monthly webinar series on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 12 pm, with noted advocate for and chronicler of solo and small firm success, Carolyn Elefant.Carolyn is the author of the classic treatise “Solo By Choice: How to Be the Lawyer You Always […]
As regular readers of this blog (should there be any regular readers of this blog) will have noted, I treat word counts like a hungry, hungry hippo treats white marbles. Since I can’t control myself against writing really, very long posts, I’ve decided that others may have better success in reining me in. […]
This week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. This week’s Tip examines potential options for adopting additional protection for files added to Dropbox accounts, in light of that service’s most recent issues related to security.
Read the Tip here.