Lawyerist Sites Update – July 2013
A few weeks ago, we announced the launch of Lawyerist Sites, our new service to design and host law firm websites and law blogs. Since then, we have helped a number of law firms launch new websites and we are excited to welcome them to the Lawyerist Sites Network. Bahgat & Bahgat, LLC—the Hub City […]
Build an Amazing Law Firm Website or Law Blog with Lawyerist Sites
Announcing the launch of Lawyerist Sites, a new service to design and host your law firm website or law blog.
Law School Career Services Fail, But There Are Fixes
Law school career services offices provide little career development benefit to law students. Here are some fixes.
Applying to Law School? Please Reconsider!
Thinking of applying to law school? It is time to rethink your application. While law school admissions are at an all-time high, law jobs are disappearing.
My ScanSnap Crashed; It Just Needed a Quick Fix
Upgrade your ScanSnap scanner software to fix a bug with Windows 7.
The One Secret to Online Legal Marketing
All online marketing plans should be created with one simple idea in mind.
Add Some Emotion to Your Client Invoices
Consider tapping your clients' emotions to get them to pay your monthly invoices.
Tap the Hidden Talent in Your Law Firm
Discover the hidden talents of your law firm staff---and how to use them for more profitability.
Rethink Motivation in Your Law Firm
Dan Pink, a non-practicing attorney and former speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore, just spent the past couple of years studying the science of employee motivation. He is about to publish a new book on the topic, which you can pre-order on Amazon: Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. Pink demonstrates that traditional […]
Trust Your Gut: Don’t Accept All Prospective Clients
In tough economic times, many lawyers have a tendency to accept all the prospective clients who come in the door. The problem with this approach is that a small percentage of prospective clients will end up taking up a lot of your time while paying you little. You know who these people are, but sometimes […]
How I upgraded to the new iPhone 3G S for under $15.00
The new Apple iPhone 3G S is certainly the gadget of the moment. With a new operating system, faster processor, and video capabilities, like a lot of folks, I wanted to upgrade. One problem, however, was frequent concern about the upgrade price. Many tech blogs were reporting it would cost as much as $500 to […]
Acrobat.com Presentations: a future PowerPoint killer?
Today, Adobe releases a new collaborative Presentations application for its free online Acrobat.com cloud-based office suite. This new presentation software brings Acrobat.com one step closer to being a full-fledged online replacement for Microsoft Office. Since all of Acrobat.com is still in a beta phase, none of the products are fully developed — and some need […]
Five shocking ways your computer is at risk
Even if you have read our previous posts on data security and encryption, your computer data is probably still at risk. Scientific American recently reported on a variety of “side-channel” data vulnerabilities–threats of data theft through passive or mechanical means that bypass your software and operating system altogether. Below are five frightening new ways to […]
Happy Earth Day: cut down on printer waste with GreenPrint
In honor of Earth Day, GreenPrint is a simple piece of software you might want to check out. GreenPrint reduces printer waste, saving time, energy, and trees. GreenPrint’s patent-pending technology does this by analyzing each page of every document sent to the printer and looking for typical waste characteristics (like that last page with just […]