Announcing a great new community for small and solo law practitioners. Join us! You’re familiar with our Legal Productivity blog, brought to you by the gang at Rocket Matter. We cover a range of topics from cloud computing and mobile to social media, and of course, productivity – issues that affect today’s lawyers, particularly solo […]
We are here to tell you that the path to true search ninja-hood is obtainable. Here are six ways to help you on your quest to reach your search targets quickly and efficiently, silently honing in on them with the speed and skill of a true search assassin.
Industries are moving away from paper filled offices and into the cloud. Even the legal profession. Get there quickly with Evernote, a simple, FREE application that simultaneously syncs across your desktop, mobile and on the web.
You’d think as a blogger and a web software developer serving the legal industry that I’d be spending all of my time trying to get lawyers to be as connected as possible. Fat chance. Those who heard me speak at MILOFest or read my Legal Management feature know I’m a fan of getting off the […]
In one instance, Nasa blamed the loss of the Columbia, in part, due to critical information buried in a horrendous PowerPoint presentation.
We’re excited to have renowned speakers Niki Black and Carolyn Elefant discuss their recent ABA book, Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier, on the Legal Productivity Webinar Series.
Email batching, then, is the first step to Email Nirvana. Step two is unsubscribing. Check out the article for steps three and four.
How can you maximize the use of your technology while maintaining time to produce quality work, and minimizing the new risks inherent in electronic communications? Master Practice Advisor Dustin Cole takes a nuts-and-bolts, practical view of the issue, focusing his more than 20 years of hands-on experience to show you how to run a safe, profitable and enjoyable practice.
Yesterday at the MILOFest conference someone confessed they were on the sidelines of the social media ballgame and was wondering what Twitter was used for and how much time to spend on it. In response, here are some stills from a recent presentation I gave on social media for law firms. Facebook, Blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn […]
Finally, the straight dope on social media. Blogging can help legal professionals position themselves build a web presence, protect their reputations, and build business. Social media tools like Twitter and LinkedIn can also help you grow your practice, but how much really, and how much time should you spend on them?