How to Design Your Firm’s Paperless Workflow
Buying a good document scanner is obviously critical for going paperless. So is a solid backup strategy. But there is a bit more to going paperless than that. You need to think about your paperless workflow. In other words, how will make sure you collect, scan and file all the documents that come into your […]
Attorney’s Guide to Going Paperless
On August 29th I will be presenting a teleconference Attorney’s Guide to Going Paperless for NBI. Among the topics that we will discuss are reasons for going paperless, what you need to get started, implementing a paperless workflow and digital file management. CLE is available for most states and will qualify for 1.5 to 2.0 hours […]
Four Things Lawyers Can Learn from Weight Lifters
We take a look at some lessons that apply as well in the gym as they do in your law practice.
Going Paperless: Acrobat Tips and Tricks (Part 3 of 3)
Going paperless is a continuing process. Once you’ve got what you need and have developed your workflow, streamline as many processes as possible.
Paperless: A MacSparky Field Guide by David Sparks Reviewed
Sparks' new book is a great introduction to going paperless. It's also a role model for other e-books on how to take advantage of the iPad for your book.
What I Bring to Court
Does a paperless law practice make court preparation easier or harder?
Go Paperless: Get Started and Get Organized
These three posts from our archives will help you get started going paperless and switch your workflow from sorting paper to sorting pixels: Going Paperless: Getting Started Go Paperless: Designing Your Paperless Workflow How to Organize Paperless Client Files
iPad at Work Review
iPad at Work provides a nice introduction to the iPad and discusses a wide range of apps for any business. But the book works best in digital, not print, format.
From the Archives: Try Neat? NeatDesk Document Scanner Review
Can the NeatDesk scanner measure up to the excellent ScanSnap? Read on to find out! Try Neat? NeatDesk Document Scanner Review
Pandigital Photolink Document Scanner Review
The Pandigital Photolink is an affordable alternative to more-expensive scanners like the Fujitsu ScanSnap.
Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 Scanner Giveaway
Fujitsu ScanSnap s1300 scanner contest. Enter to win a free scanner to build your paperless, portable law office.
Try Neat? NeatDesk Document Scanner Review
Can the NeatDesk document scanner measure up to the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500? Should you try Neat?
Easy New Year’s Resolutions for Lawyers
Three easy to implement New Year's resolutions for attorneys.
Add Your Signature With PDFpen
Solo attorneys looking to save money should try PDFpen instead of Adobe Acrobat Pro.
Going Paperless: Getting Started
If you get a document scanner and start playing with it, you are well on your way to a paperless law firm.