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Reviews of Exchange Online, Olympus DS-5000; Email and Word on iPads; Goodbye Legal Software; Help Me Go Paperless

By Kathryn Hughes | Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Today's issue of TL Answers contains these articles:

Douglas Morrison, Review: Microsoft Exchange Online (Synced Email Service)

Alan Gamse, Email and Microsoft Word Tips for iPad Users

Chris Raesz, Why I Gave Up on Legal Billing and Practice Management Software

Matthew McInteer, Review: Olympus DS-5000

Don't miss this issue — or any future issues.

How to Receive TL Answers
Do you believe in the wisdom of crowds? In TL Answers, TechnoLawyer members answer legal technology and practice management questions submitted by their peers. This newsletter's popularity stems from the relevance of the questions and answers to virtually everyone in the legal profession. The TL Answers newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Accounting/Billing/Time Capture | Coming Attractions | Dictation/OCR/Speech Recognition | Email/Messaging/Telephony | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | Practice Management/Calendars | TL Answers

How to Spend $25 Million on Document Management Software Plus 62 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Coming today to BlawgWorld: Our editorial team has selected and linked to 63 articles from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sample article from each section of today's issue, including our BlawgWorld Pick of the Week.

10 Tips for Better Slide Decks (Video)

Review: Hours

Lawyer John Voorhees' Sweet Setup

One Month Living on Soylent

Congratulations to Erik Mazzone of Law Practice Matters on winning our BlawgWorld Pick of the Week award: How to Spend $25 Million on Document Management Software

How to Receive BlawgWorld
Our newsletters provide the most comprehensive coverage of both legal technology and mainstream technology of interest to the legal profession (e.g., monitors, smartphones, scanners, the iPad, and more). But not the only coverage. BlawgWorld enables you to stay on top of all the noteworthy legal and mainstream technology articles (and podcasts and videos) published elsewhere without having to hire a research assistant. Even when you're busy, you won't want to miss each issue's Pick of the Week. Please subscribe now.

Topics: BlawgWorld Newsletter | Coming Attractions | Document Management | Entertainment/Hobbies/Recreation | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | Online/Cloud

Review of MyCase Plus New Research on Improving Your Website

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Created by lawyers, MyCase has established itself as one of the major cloud practice management systems. In this issue of SmallLaw, lawyer and software connoisseur Chandra Lewnau evaluates MyCase from the perspective of both a power user like her and a newbie like several of her colleagues. The result is the definitive MyCase review, touching on virtually every feature from importing data to user experience to calendars and contacts to tasks and workflows, and much more. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for new research on how to improve the performance of your law firm's website.

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Accounting/Billing/Time Capture | Coming Attractions | Online/Cloud | Practice Management/Calendars | SmallLaw

How to Ethically Leave or Dissolve a Law Firm Plus 50 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Our editorial team has selected and linked to 51 articles from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sample article from each section of today's issue, including our SmallLaw Pick of the Week.

Meet Brad Reaves of ReavesColey

Legal Services Startups (Know Thy Enemy)

The Elements of Social Media Profiles

Having Fun With Nostalgic Marketing

Congratulations to Sharon D. Nelson and Jim Calloway of Legal Talk Network on winning our SmallLaw Pick of the Week award: How to Ethically Leave or Dissolve a Law Firm

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small law firm, big dreams. Written by successful small-firm founders, managing partners, administrators, and legal technology and practice management experts, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in solo practices and small law firms. Additionally, SmallLaw features comprehensive reviews of legal products with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles, podcasts, and videos about solo practices and small law firms. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Coming Attractions | Law Firm Marketing/Publications/Web Sites | Law Office Management | SmallLaw

The Consumerization of Audiovisual Technologies Plus Negative Reviews of Your Firm

By Kathryn Hughes | Monday, July 21, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: You can't swing a large law firm pay stub without hitting a fancy videoconferencing room that now collects dust. Consider yourself lucky that you work in small law firm which didn't have the capital to waste. In this issue of SmallLaw, law firm CIO Matt Berg explores the client-led shift to future-proof videoconferencing and other audiovisual applications using consumer-class technologies that cost virtually nothing. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week to learn how some small law firms are fighting negative online reviews.

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Collaboration/Knowledge Management | Coming Attractions | Gadgets/Shredders/Office Gear | SmallLaw

Document Management Tips; Law Firm Efficiency; Gear Needed to Slay the Dragon; Two Monitors and Two Orientations; Small Laser Printers

By Kathryn Hughes | Thursday, July 17, 2014

Today's issue of TL Answers contains these articles:

Barron Henley, Document Management Tips for Law Firms Plus Date Modified Caveats

Philippe Doyle Gray, The First Step to Better Efficiency Via Technology Starts Here

Stephen Hayes, The Gear You Need for Success With Dragon NaturallySpeaking

Sid Hymes, My Two Monitors and Orientations

Don't miss this issue — or any future issues.

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Do you believe in the wisdom of crowds? In TL Answers, TechnoLawyer members answer legal technology and practice management questions submitted by their peers. This newsletter's popularity stems from the relevance of the questions and answers to virtually everyone in the legal profession. The TL Answers newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Coming Attractions | Consultants/Services/Training | Dictation/OCR/Speech Recognition | Document Management | Law Office Management | Monitors | TL Answers

A Small Firm That Beats Mega Firms Plus Media Coverage

By Kathryn Hughes | Thursday, July 17, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Stephen Babcock of Babcock Partners doesn't hew to stereotypes. His small litigation boutique competes against large law firms both for clients and in the courtroom. In this issue of SmallLaw, lawyer and journalist Marin Feldman profiles this Louisiana law firm and its founder. You'll learn how Babcock gained complex litigation experience directly out of law school, why his firm has invested more than $150,000 in technology (including the products purchased), and his secrets to success. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week to learn how to obtain mainstream media coverage for yourself and your law firm.

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Accounting/Billing/Time Capture | Collaboration/Knowledge Management | Coming Attractions | Document Management | Law Firm Marketing/Publications/Web Sites | Litigation/Discovery/Trials | Practice Management/Calendars | SmallLaw

How to Measure the Credit Worthiness of Clients Plus 65 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Our editorial team has selected and linked to 66 articles from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sample article from each section of today's issue, including our SmallLaw Pick of the Week.

Why You Should Rethink That Morning Meeting

The Cost of Continuously Checking Email

SEO Is Dead but There's Hope

How Retargeting Works

Congratulations to Lee Rosen of Divorce Discourse on winning our SmallLaw Pick of the Week award: How to Measure the Credit Worthiness of Clients

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small law firm, big dreams. Written by successful small-firm founders, managing partners, administrators, and legal technology and practice management experts, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in solo practices and small law firms. Additionally, SmallLaw features comprehensive reviews of legal products with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles, podcasts, and videos about solo practices and small law firms. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Coming Attractions | Law Firm Marketing/Publications/Web Sites | Law Office Management | SmallLaw

Five Ways to Beautify Your Legal Writing Plus Legal Brief Recycling

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Coming today to LitigationWorld: The clients and courts for which you prepare research memos and briefs respectively may require inline citations. But this doesn't mean your litigation documents need to look as ugly as a mud fence. In this issue of LitigationWorld, lawyer and writer-in-residence Ed Good offers five (actually six) tips for making your legal writing look spiffier notwithstanding all those citations. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week to learn how to safely recycle your legal briefs in Microsoft Word.

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All practice areas evolve, but none faster than litigation. Written by successful litigators and other litigation experts, LitigationWorld provides you with practical tips related to electronic discovery, depositions, litigation strategy, litigation technology, and trial presentations. LitigationWorld also features in-depth litigation product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings, as well as links to the most noteworthy litigation articles in other publications so that you'll never miss anything. The LitigationWorld newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Business Productivity/Word Processing | Coming Attractions | Litigation/Discovery/Trials | LitigationWorld

Why Small Firms Sell to Large Firms Plus All the Inside Baseball From the Past Week

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Coming today to BigLaw: Our editorial team has assembled links to all the inside baseball announced by America's largest law firms during the past week in an easy-to-scan format. You'll also find must-read analysis, rankings, trends, etc. about large law firms.

This week's inside baseball sections link to:

71 press releases about lateral hires, mergers, internal promotions, and all other significant business news.

57 press releases about notable law firm and practice group accolades.

77 press releases about notable individual lawyer accolades.

Congratulations to Andrew E. Jillson of Managing Law Firms in Transition on winning our BigLaw Pick of the Week award: Why Small Law Firms Sell to Large Law Firms. Here's a sampling of of some other industry analysis from this issue:

The Latest Survey of Managing Partners

A Disruption Primer for Large Law Firms

How to Receive BigLaw
BigLaw keeps you apprised of lateral hires, internal promotions, mergers, new offices, accolades, and other inside baseball at America's 300+ largest law firms by linking directly to their press releases. Thanks to a clever design, BigLaw takes just a few minutes to scan yet its comprehensiveness makes it the only source you need to stay on top of this self-reported news. Each issue of BigLaw also links to insightful articles, statistical reports, podcasts, and videos about large law firms published elsewhere as well as to our detailed product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. The BigLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: BigLaw | Coming Attractions | Technology Industry/Legal Profession
 
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