29August, 2018

Law Firms Should Be Paperless — Not Paper-Free [Guest Post]

Your success as a lawyer depends greatly on how efficiently you operate. Here’s how to keep paper to a minimum in your practice to maximize your productivity.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post.

“Going paperless” is nothing new to the legal world. Federal courts have been paperless for several years now, and many state courts […]

22August, 2018

Ethical + Practical Tips for Accepting Electronic Payments in Your Law Firm [Webinar]

In this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Matthew Yospin shares what you need to know about accepting electronic payments in your law practice — in 30 minutes.

Click here to download the slides from this webinar!

Is uncertainty stopping you from making it easier for your clients to pay you? Just as most people appreciate using credit […]

16August, 2018

Law Practice Startup Workshop with a Suite Deal at Social Law Library

If you’re starting your own law practice — or just thinking about it — you have a lot of questions to answer. Do you know what technology to purchase? How to get clients? What entity to select? How to do an IOLTA three-way reconciliation?
Our next (FREE) Law Practice Startup Workshop at Social Law Library on […]

9August, 2018

How Fast Thinking Slows Lawyers Down

Fast thinking interferes with our progress whenever we fail to scan our thoughts and process our assumptions. And it’s particularly important in legal work to isolate assumptions. Here’s what you need to understand and slow down.
In 2012, Facebook conducted an experiment to see whether it could influence the emotions and postings of its users by […]

4August, 2018

Plan Your Path for the Right Career as a Lawyer [Workbook 5]

Here’s the planning process you need to take action and implement the steps along your path to the right career as a lawyer.
The difference between working to survive as a lawyer and working to thrive at it is a question of how effectively you’re adapting. And as a human, you can always learn to adapt […]