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By Doug Striker The 2017 Aderant “Business of Law and Legal Technology” Survey recently came out and it was fascinating. One of its top findings? Efficiency is key to success in an ever-competitive marketplace. (Hey wait… hasn’t someone you know been saying that for a long time? Oh yeah… me!) In fact, the first finding […]

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 By Doug Striker, CEO, Savvy Training and Consulting What if you needed life-saving surgery and you were looking for the right doctor to perform it. At the first doctor’s office, you walk in and notice that the receptionist has no computer. She is also answering a rotary phone. The nurse later takes your vitals with […]

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by Marshall Snider Back in the day, it was easy to tell when someone was retired. The line between work and retirement was like a neon line or the border between two countries. One day you went to work, and at the end of the day, there was a small party, perhaps with a cake […]

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By Guest Blogger, Erika Holmes The CBA’s Modest Means Task Force has been renamed – the Modern Law Practice Initiative! “Why the new name?” you ask. The reason for the name change is two-fold: first, to stop the misperception that this type of law practice only helps poor people, and second, to develop a moniker […]

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September’s Best of the Blogs

by Alexa Drago on September 28, 2016

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 Ten Tiny Tools to Simplify a Lawyer’s Life from Above the Law Double Your Screen With […]

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Using Social Media to Network

by Alexa Drago on September 6, 2016

Social media. You probably either love it or hate it. But regardless of your personal feelings about social media, it’s a fantastic tool that can be used to connect with prospective clients. When it comes to using social media for professional networking purposes, there are many useful platforms that can be extremely helpful. Luckily, it’s […]

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Does a desk covered in paper drive you crazy? A messy desk can be enough to make any solo attorney feel disorganized. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the amount of paper that can pass through a law firm on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. From junk mail to client file folders, countless pieces […]

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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 How to Uninstall QuickTime from Findlaw Apps that Work Offline from Your Nerdy Bestfriend Inserting Videos […]

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By Guest Blogger, Joel Jacobson I practice with Rubicon Law Group, Ltd., a boutique firm in Denver that handles transactional, business matters and embraces technology. My work experience, my own interest in tech, and my involvement with the Colorado Bar Association led me to attend this year’s ABA TECHSHOW. In this post I’ll share background […]

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As an attorney, you’re ready, willing, and able to help clients with their legal issues. But even if you are currently accepting new clients and have plenty of time on your calendar to provide legal assistance, you might not get a knock on your door until those in need of help first explore alternative legal […]

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