Rachel Casper

About Rachel Casper

Rachel joined LCL in 2010. As Marketing Director, she coordinates the creation, curation, and dissemination of resources available to help lawyers, law students, and other legal professionals in Massachusetts.
13August, 2019

Best Practices for File Naming Conventions in Law Practice

Using best practices for naming files in your law practice can save you time and frustration. The Law Practice Management & Technology Division at the Chicago Bar Association produced a helpful tutorial shared below.
Ivy B. Grey (author of American Legal Style for PerfectIt) and Catherine Sanders Reach (director of the Center for Practice Management at […]

1August, 2019

Behavioral Science Tips + Tricks for Legal Marketing [Webinar]

Get tips and tricks to tap into your market’s decision-making defaults and increase traction from Linda Pepe with this 23-minute installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
People are inundated with so much information every day that it is getting harder and harder to reach them. How can you break through the clutter to get noticed by clients, and […]

22July, 2019

Survey: Accommodations for Mothers Nursing/Pumping in Massachusetts Courts

We’re sourcing input from lawyers practicing in Massachusetts state courts and before administrative tribunals and boards to establish standards on accommodations for nursing/pumping mothers.
In 2018, the Massachusetts Federal Court adopted an order regarding accommodations for nursing mothers. This was an effort led by the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts (WBA) and the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers […]

19July, 2019

Lawyer Well-Being: Massachusetts SJC Steering Committee Releases Report [Clinical Blog]

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Steering Committee on Lawyer Well-Being just released its final report yesterday.
Chief Justice Gants announced members of the Committee in October 2018, in response to the clear need bring stakeholders in the legal profession to work together to improve well-being. Our Executive Director, Anna Levine, worked with the SJC to form […]

2July, 2019

Tips for Divorce Lawyers to Help Clients Avoid Tech Mistakes [Guest Post]

Clients eager to help their cases often make mistakes using technology. Here’s guidance to keep your clients’ tech use in line.
We thank Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., John W. Simek, and Michael C. Maschke at Sensei Enterprises, Inc. for this helpful guest post!

Lawyers know from personal experience how consuming technology can be. And they know how easy it […]

24June, 2019

Creating Effective Copy + Content to Promote Your Law Practice [Webinar]

Donna Knox, Esq. shares the foundation you need to start optimizing your writing into better marketing efforts in this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers — in 30 minutes.
Do you want your website, blog posts, emails, and articles to attract the right audience? Do you want to become the likable authority who people seek out when […]

13June, 2019

Proposals for ABA TECHSHOW 2020 Due June 21st!

ABA TECHSHOW is THE premier legal technology conference — and is calling for proposals for its 2020 conference, running from February 26 – 29 in Chicago.
Using technology can be critical to your success as a lawyer — but it depends on how you use it. As technology rapidly advances, it can feel overwhelming to stay informed […]

11June, 2019

MBA Sourcing Input to Better Support Solo + Small Law Practices

If you practice law in a solo or small law firm, answer 7 quick questions to help the MBA help you.
Law practice management is just one unique challenge solo and small firm lawyers face. As you may know, our organization offers free and confidential advice on law practice management and support for solo and small firm […]

23May, 2019

Anatomy of a Law Firm Data Breach [Guest Post]

Is a data breach in your law practice inevitable? Understand the common elements of a breach and plan to minimize risks to your clients and business.
We thank Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek at Sensei Enterprises, Inc. for this helpful guest post!

INTRODUCTION.

“I could have evaded the FBI a lot longer if I had been able […]

17May, 2019

Marketing Plan Considerations for Solo and Small Law Practices

Solo and small law practices need marketing plans — but they can’t waste time. Focus on connection, and find everything you need to consider here.
Lawyers who choose to work in solo and small practices choose to do more than practice law. Solo and small firm lawyers choose to be businesspeople. Developing business and managing the […]