June’s Best of the Blogs

by Alexa Drago on June 27, 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

 

Dealing with Tech and Its Problems

We have all gotten used to relying on our favorite tech aides – apps, calendaring programs, phone systems, etc. But what happens to our practices when they fail? Listen to the podcast.
 

Digital Dictation and Transcription Options

Many lawyers dictate their thoughts into a recording device, then send the recording to an assistant for transcription. This is a great time-saver for the lawyer. But the human transcriptionist today is gradually giving way to computer versions. Read more.
 

Tips For Complying With ABA’s New Encryption Guidance

The American Bar Association’s ethics committee published revised guidance regarding an attorney’s duty to protect sensitive client material in light of the high volume of recent high-profile hacks. Read more.

Marketing

 

How to Competently Reinvent Your Practice

Reinvention is part of being a solo lawyer. With so many options in established practice areas and new ones being created through changes in law and through innovation, there are limitless possibilities for redefining your practice. Listen to the podcast.
 

How to Work the Room at Networking Events

After years of working with lawyers, I have concluded that the No. 1 most-despised marketing activity is attending a networking event. Read more.
 

Stop Chasing Clients and Make Them Chase You

An immigration lawyer agrees with the concept of offering more value to prospective clients but is frustrated. He says, “more than 90 percent of the people out there want free information and advice.” Read more.

Miscellaneous

 

On-demand lawyering is our future: What will it look like?

What would on-demand lawyering look like? You wake up, fire up the laptop or tablet and voila! Six new matters are waiting for you. Making money on these new matters is a snap. You click, read about the client’s issues and get cranking. Read more.
 

Ethics in the Electronic Age: Social Media Guidance for Attorneys

Have you ever considered the Rules of Professional Conduct when commenting on someone else’s Facebook post, or sharing a clever tweet, or even writing on your personal blog? If not, then you should. Read more.
 

What To Consider When Pricing Your Legal Services

Setting your fee schedule can feel like a daunting task especially if you’ve never done it before. Fortunately, there are methods to pricing that can help you create a fee schedule that works for your customers and your bottom line. Read more.

 

 

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