26September, 2019

Hidden Gems for Lawyers in Office 365 [Webinar]

Get a crash course in the best, newest Office 365 features for efficiency in law practice from Catherine Sanders Reach with this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers — in 30 minutes.
You may have subscribed to Office 365 — but do you know all of the products and features that come with that subscription?

From invaluable […]

18September, 2019

Updates from SuperMom: Monthly Support for Lawyers + Law Students

Our Free & Confidential monthly support meetings for mothers in the legal profession will return from summer break on September 25, 2019!
With the first monthly meeting of SuperMom of this school year approaching, we invite lawyers, law students, and judges in Massachusetts who are mothers to join. Find details and register here. In collaboration with the […]

13September, 2019

NEW: Justice Geraldine S. Hines Diversity Fellowship for (New!) Lawyers in Massachusetts

The OIG has announced a NEW two-year position for new lawyers. Applications for the Justice Geraldine S. Hines Diversity Fellowship for Lawyers are due October 11th!
The Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has announced a new position for new lawyers — the Justice Geraldine S. Hines Diversity Fellowship for Lawyers — offering the opportunity to develop […]

4September, 2019

Practicing Self-Care: Tips for Lawyers + Law Students to Avoid Burnout

September is Self-Care Awareness Month! Here’s what lawyers and law students need to do to stay balanced in a challenging profession.
At this time last year, Elon Musk was making headlines about sleep deprivation — which was a great opportunity to discuss why it’s so hard for lawyers to prioritize self-care. Elon Musk ended up resigning from his […]

29August, 2019

Getting Business Done: Putting Productivity to Work in Law Practice [Webinar]

Learn 3 straightforward systems for a more organized law practice from Andrea Cannavina with this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
This webinar will share 3 simple systems to get and keep your office, files, documents, email, to dos and calendar organized and working for you!

Join Andrea to find out how the D-A-F-T system she designed […]

23August, 2019

Disaster Planning: Resources for Solo + Small Law Practices

It’s normal for us to think we’re unlikely to be affected by a disaster, but the climate is changing and so are our odds. If you aren’t on top of disaster planning in your law practice, don’t wait another hurricane season.
The end of August means hurricane season is here. And after hurricane season is over — […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]