Get Some Legal Inspiration from The Oyez Project, A Supreme Court Multimedia Archive

When the distinctly unglamorous (yet critically important) day-to-day lawyering tasks are leaving you less than intellectually satisfied, have no fear: the Oyez Project is a multimedia archive for the Supreme Court, a great diversion for attorneys. For most lawyers – even some of us business types who rarely, if ever, step into a courtroom – […]

RSS Readers – Get What You Want Without Having to Search for It

In yesterday’s post we chatted about digital book reading. Today we switch focus to blogs and the news online and how to efficiently track and consume our favorite sites! We’re bombarded with online news and information. And for the first time in history more people get news online than from newspapers. Technorati, which has been tracking […]

Nuts and Bolts: Understanding Your Site's Meta Description Tag

Nothing theoretical, inspirational, or thought-provoking in this post, folks. Rather, let’s roll up our sleeves and look at one of the important elements of your website that a lot of folks overlook or just don’t do correctly: the meta description tag. And if you read no further, keep those descriptions to 160 characters. You’ll see […]

Why it's Critical for Lawyers to Get Bills Out On Time (Part 2 of 2)

From the client’s perspective, getting a big legal bill long after the service was performed has the effect of feeling like a big nasty surprise. That can lead to uncomfortable discussions and, worse yet, often results in haircuts on your bill. The bigger and “lumpier” the bill (that is, the more things thrown in together), the further it is away from the time you provided the service, the more likely a discount negotiation is forthcoming.