HIPAA-Compliant Cloud File Services
Staying in compliance with HIPAA is not an easy task. Keep your data safe with these HIPAA-compliant cloud services.
The Legal Tech Audit Proves Lawyers Are Terrible at Technology
After using an early version of his legal tech audit in house, Flaherty teamed up with Suffolk University's Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation to make the LTA available for lawyers and law students.
Good Luck Obeying These Parking Signs
Apparently, parking signs are meant to perpetually confuse drivers rather than point them in the right direction. Don't worry bikers, it's only a matter of time before these signs begin to apply to you.
CosmoLex Law Practice Management Software
CosmoLex is the new kid on the block in case management software. Can it can stand up to its entrenched competition?
9 Epic Responses To Legal Threats
In the rare occasion where the absurdity of a threatened legal action matches up nicely with the devil-may-care attitude of a client, you get the stuff of internet magic: the epic smackdown letter.
MerusCase Law Practice Management Software
MerusCase may be a good option for California personal-injury and workers-compensation lawyers, but its lack of mobile access, opacity on pricing, and dated user interface mean there are many better options.
How to Accept Credit Cards from Clients
Accepting credit cards is more convenient for clients and a more reliable way to get paid for lawyers.
Hacking Chaos: The Cornell Method of Note-Taking
It isn't an exaggeration to say that the Cornell Method helps me in every note-taking situation I've encountered in my professional life.
7 Google Docs Add-Ons You Should Try
In the past, we’ve covered some alternatives to Microsoft Word, including Google Docs. For quite some time now, Google Docs has done a lot of things exactly right. Easy collaboration, compatibility with a wide variety of formats, cloud-based, free. However, Docs has also lacked some things that are often necessary for a law practice, like […]
How Laws Are Written So You Ignore the Important Parts
When lawmakers dictate exact language in laws, they may actually be discouraging people from reading that language.
Five Alternatives To Fighting With Microsoft Word
Non-Word software that's so good you might not even notice you switched.
Watch the Only Good Lawyer Ads We Could Find
We tried to find ten legal advertising ads that were actually good, not “oh god that’s so bad it is hilarious” good. Spoiler alert: we totally couldn’t.
8 Great iOS Apps That Have Nothing To Do With Practicing Law
Most posts about iOS apps are about helping you lifehack your way to work success: to-do lists, cloud storage, timekeeping, etc. But all work and no play makes lawyers dull, and your family and friends have likely tired of you explaining how Remember the Milk changed your life. Your iPhone and/or iPad has plenty of […]
The Best And The Worst Onscreen Cross Examinations
Ladies and gentlemen, it is never a good idea to have a client that can turn into a terrifying monster and, should one find oneself with such a client, it is best not to provoke said client into hulking out.