April’s Best of the Blogs

by Alexa Drago on April 26, 2017

We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month.

Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good one.

Quick Tips

Product Reviews

Technology

 

This App May Forever Change How You Read Legal Documents

Out today is a significant enhancement to an app that may forever change how you read and annotate complex documents — at least if you use an iPad and especially if you use an iPad Pro. Read more.
 

Do Attorneys Really Need Tablets?

Tablets are great for a lot of things. They are very portable and it’s very easy to read documents, email and the internet on them. As full desktop replacements, or even laptop replacements, do they compare? Read more.
 

Document Collaboration Tips

Document collaboration is now standard for teams revising documents as a team. No more emailing back and forth, keeping track of versions, and inevitably losing files and changes. Read more.

Marketing

 

Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn

Learn how to use LinkedIn to get your name and practice out to the community while ensuring you are maximizing your profile’s effect. Listen to the podcast.
 

Marketing Your Law Firm For Free

It turns out that you can develop a vibrant marketing plan without spending one cent. In this guest lecture you will learn practical marketing tactics that you’ll be able to employ. Join us as we lay out specific networking and content marketing strategies to apply to your no-cost legal marketing. Listen to the podcast.
 

How to Prevail in the Discussion About Price

Every attorney I know believes he or she is worth the prices they charge for legal services and tend to burr up when prospects initiate the price discussion. This is exactly the wrong reaction to have. Read more.

Miscellaneous

 

A Solo’s Tips on Balancing Client Calls and Personal Time

If you’re a solo practitioner or in a small law firm, you are likely a slave to your smartphone, making sure clients can always reach you. What you need is a strategy for managing clients’ after-hours calls and emails. Here are a few tips.
 

How to Avoid Professional Burnout

Unfortunately, professional burnout is not uncommon for lawyers in solo practice. Anyone who is bored with their job or feels dread at the beginning of every work day may be headed towards professional burnout. Read more.
 

New Site ‘Legably’ Matches Lawyers With Lawyers For Short-Term Projects

A new website called Legably aims to enable solo and small-firm lawyers to handle higher workloads by hiring other attorneys on an on-demand basis. The site matches attorneys who are looking for extra work with attorneys who have projects with which they need help Read more.

 

 

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