GTD for Legal: Do it, defer it, and delegate it; the two minute rule; and organizing your practice

As part of our weeklong legal efficiency-fest, we’re discussing the Getting Things Done productivity system in the context of a law firm.  Each day this week, we’ll write guest posts at prominent legal blogs exploring the system in more detail. Today we’re very excited for a new guest blog experience at Lawyerist, a very progressive […]

Attorneys and Virtual Assistants; a Match made in Cyberspace

Guest post by Tina Hilton; owner/virtual assistant; Clerical Advantage So you’ve been hearing the words Virtual Assistant pop up just about everywhere lately? Not surprising, because although the virtual assistant industry has been around for awhile, in our current economy using a virtual assistant is becoming a wise economical decision. For lawyers, especially solo practitioners […]