17May, 2017

How to Use Feedback for a More Successful Law Practice [Webinar]

In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Anna Rappaport will give you the tools to leverage feedback more effectively as a lawyer – in 32 minutes.
For all the noise in 2017, feedback is uniquely valuable both to give and receive.

This program will address how to both give and receive feedback in such a way […]

7March, 2017

Automation in Law Practice: Where to Start (and Why!)

Implementing automation in your law practice can save you time and money. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
In the current state of the legal market, the demand for legal services is high, but clients are looking to pay less. This plays out in a number of ways. For large law firms, companies […]

28February, 2017

New Laws, New Policies, New Demands: How Small Law Firms Can Keep Up [Webinar]

Keeping up with the pace of change is a common challenge in today’s economy, and it’s particularly essential to the ethical practice of law. Find out what your small firm needs to do in this special one-hour edition of our Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
In 2017, legal change has never been more dramatic. The current White […]

14December, 2016

How Lawyers Can Take a Break over the Holidays [Webinar]

Find out how to give yourself a break this holiday season in the next edition of our Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
Being a lawyer doesn’t get any easier over the holidays. Your stress level is higher than ever, and your hard work is still underappreciated. Fatigue and burnout plague the profession, especially at this time of […]

24October, 2016

Pro Bono Week 2016 Starts on October 23

Pro Bono Week 2016 is here. You know participating will help others; find out how it can help you too.
The top concern most solo and small practice lawyers share is getting more clients. This makes sense, because it’s essential to your paycheck and law school doesn’t exactly promote taking (let alone offer) business development and […]

6September, 2016

Why Lawyers Need to Test Data Security [Guest Post]

Lawyers need to know how their data is actually secured. Here are the questions you should be able to answer, and more.
We thank Kurt Simione, founder of Technology Seed, LLC. for this helpful guest post.
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Security patches, Antivirus, Firewall, VPN . . . All nice buzzwords, catch-phrases and feel-good terms, right – but do they matter? Okay. […]

13July, 2016

Emergent Technology for Better Client Relations [Podcast]

How can you harness emergent technology like smart contracts, Bitcoin, and blockchain to help you serve your clients better?

Heidi recently spoke with Josh Stark, head of Operations & Legal at Ledger Labs, to find out how emergent technology could impact the practice of law.

Listen to the Emergent Technology episode of Legal Toolkit here.

Josh explains […]

30June, 2016

Seize the Day: The Pause That Refreshes

Lawyers have a reputation for being workaholics.  Much of it is deserved.  Even though it’s harder now than ever before to make a living, let’s not kid ourselves: attorneys have been working overtime for a long, long . . . long time.  The ability to work oneself into the ground, in this profession, is (more […]

19May, 2016

Finders’ Mutation: Getting Discovered Online

Back in the day, you could hide from the internet.  There was a time (like when horseless carriages were in general use) when potential clients would not look for or vet lawyers online — at least not aggressively.  This was a function of a lack of information (just think of how much more stuff is […]

15April, 2016

Moving to the Cloud: Recap from ABA TECHSHOW 2016 [Video]

Heidi Alexander spoke with fellow panelist + Rocket Matter CEO Larry Port to recap their ABA TECHSHOW session, which also featured Clio’s Jack Newton, on practicing in the cloud. Listen to Larry cover the main highlights, from risk analysis to test-driving software options.