Are Law Schools Committing Fraud?

This summer at the Florida Bar annual convention, I struck up an amiable conversation with a gentleman at a vendor orientation breakfast.  He was a nice fellow from a new Florida law school, and since we got along so nicely, I made a note to myself to mention him to the attorneys I cam across. […]

Humorous Legal Disclaimer Signs at Universal Studios

Last weekend I had a blast with the family at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. The rides are definitely more intense (read: more fun) than their counterparts across Orlando at Disney, but along with the excitement comes some explicit, and humorous, disclaimers… From the Dragon Challenge ride, formerly Dueling Dragons. Important advice to heed, […]

On World Usability Day, We Recognize Lawyers Need Usable Software

Today is World Usability Day. But, what does Usability mean? And, how does this impact a law firm? The ISO (International Organization for Standardization) provides a good definition of Usability. It defines usability as “The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction […]

8 Ways Using Cloud Case Management Software Will Make You Sound Like Your Old Man

“When I was a kid I used to walk uphill to school. Five miles. Both ways!” Hearing the old war stories of one’s parents is part of life. If you’re like me, you’re probably already engaging in similar dribble with your children: “When I was a kid, we couldn’t see our photos instantly. We used […]