Heidi Alexander

About Heidi Alexander

Heidi S. Alexander, Esq. is the Deputy Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, where she helps manage organization operations and leads the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP). LOMAP provides free and confidential practice management assistance, guidance in implementing new law office technologies, and methods to attain healthy and sustainable practices. She is the author of Evernote as a Law Practice Tool and serves on the ABA's TECHSHOW Planning Board. In 2017, Heidi was appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's Standing Advisory Committee on Professionalism. She can be reached via email at heidi@masslomap.org.
9August, 2019

Time Management Tech Tips for Solo + Small Firm Lawyers

Tools and approaches for time management continue to evolve. Find recent top tips from law practice management experts below.
Back in June, our friends at Attorney at Work sourced an expert roundup of tech tips for lawyers to manage time more effectively and enjoy more time off from work. Although it can be more challenging to […]

11July, 2019

PerfectIt: Your Legal Proofreader [Product Review]

Is there any reason why a lawyer wouldn’t want a tech tool to help with legal citations? Find out how PerfectIt can help you save time, reduce mistakes, and improve the quality of your final product.
In my third year of law school, I served as the editor-in-chief of my school’s law review. I remember the […]

20June, 2019

Closing a Solo or Small Law Practice: The Short List for Succession Planning

When it’s time to close a law practice, you need to do it right — and you can ease the process for your future self with the right operations during the life of your practice. Find more on the steps to closing a law practice here.
Even if you don’t have plans to do so any […]

6June, 2019

Lawyer Tech Toolbox: Experts Suggest Process Substitutions

Lawyers face option overload when choosing what tech they need for productivity — and adopting a better approach can help. Here’s expert advice on how to Kondo your Law Practice Toolbox so it sparks joy.
Back in April, our friends at Attorney at Work sourced an expert roundup of tips for lawyers to stay focused on […]

30May, 2019

Artificial Intelligence: 5 Tools Lawyers Need to Know About

AI can reduce your workload as a lawyer — but only if you start using it in your law practice. Find more on 5 top time-saving tools here.
At its core, artificial intelligence aims to mimic the cognitive functioning of humans to complete tasks that traditionally could only be accomplished by humans. In doing so, AI […]

14March, 2019

Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide for Lawyers in Massachusetts [Templates]

Popular demand spoke and we formed a Fee Agreement Working Group in response. The group worked hard, and the Massachusetts Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide for Lawyers is now available for download!
In collaboration with the Massachusetts Bar Association and with input from the Massachusetts Office of Bar Counsel, we are happy to release the Massachusetts Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide […]

14December, 2018

Tools Lawyers Need to Win at Client Intake Experience

It’s critical for business development to focus your clients’ experience as they work with your law practice — and and it starts with intake. Find out what tools you need for the best process for your clients — and you.
Our friends at Attorney at Work recently sourced expert tips on how lawyers can improve client intake. Critical […]

18October, 2018

Cybersecurity Tips for Lawyers to Stay Vigilant to New Threats

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Here are tips to help make sure your data remains secure, your clients remain happy, and you remain ethically compliant.
Our friends at Attorney at Work sourced expert tips on what lawyers can do to stay ahead of hackers for a round of Friday 5+ Tech Tips a few months back.

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25September, 2018

3 Steps to Document Automation for Lawyers

You know automation is key to a better balance, but don’t know where to start? Documents. And you can get it done in 3 easy to understand steps — here they are.
We’ve already explained why you need to leverage automation. That post suggested three places to get started: Text, Documents, and Scheduling. MyCase compiled further guidance […]

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 […]