[Webinar] Building a Strong Law Firm Brand: Logos, Tag Lines & Psychology. Oh My!

Strong branding starts with a product or service that consistently delights your clients. External elements like brand name, logo, and tag line, remind them of that experience. But there’s more to creating an effective brand strategy that identifies and differentiates your firm in the marketplace than choosing a stock image and slapping a cliched tag […]

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Unusual and Useful Twitter Search and Filtering Techniques

If you follow more than a handle of accounts, your Twitter stream can quickly become a firehose of irrelevant information. Because of this, many veteran users never visit their stream. Instead, they create lists or run saved searches. Here are a few other options to help you filter your Twitter stream for more useful, relevant, […]

Legal Productivity Q&A Video Series

What is So Awesome About Evernote?

This is the latest edition in our quick-and-practical Q&A style videos. Questions come from social channels, keyword analysis, and readers of this blog. A transcript accompanies each video. What is So Awesome About Evernote? What’s so awesome about Evernote? Why is everybody talking about Evernote? If you’re like me, you may have tried Evernote and […]

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[Webinar Slides] Getting Up to Speed on the Net Neutrality Debate

Here’s the slide deck from today’s edition of our Legal Productivity webinar series: Net Neutrality: What’s at Stake? by Public Knowledge’s Michael Weinberg. If you’d like to submit a comment on the new FCC rules, check out these three options: The FCC website Email to: openinternet@fcc.gov Dear FCC, a form on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s […]

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[Webinar] Net Neutrality: What's at Stake?

Over one million net neutrality comments have been filed with the Federal Communications Commission on the proposal that would allow cable companies to charge content providers extra fees to deliver faster service. This webinar will begin by framing the history of the net neutrality debate. It will then explore the current proposed rules and the […]

Legal Productivity Q&A Video Series

What Can I Learn About Productivity From Jerry Seinfeld?

This is the latest edition in our quick-and-practical Q&A style videos. Questions come from social channels, keyword analysis, and readers of this blog. A transcript accompanies each video. What can I learn about productivity from Jerry Seinfeld? What can I learn about productivity from Jerry Seinfeld? So, if you pay attention to productivity blogs you’ll […]

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Lawyers Working Remotely: Using Practice Management Software

This series on “Working Remotely” is inspired by “Remote,” the book by the 37Signals guys, and by my own experience working remotely for many years. Remote workers, including lawyers, use tools such as GoToMeeting, Skype, Trello, MindMeister, and a host of others, to collaborate and communicate with the home office and other remote workers on […]