Ntrepid Timestream Interactive Timeline Software Review
Timestream is a good start on a useful product, but still has a number of issues to resolve. It is a work-in-progress, and not quite yet ready for prime-time.
LexisNexis Firm Manager Law Practice Management Software
After a rocky start, LexisNexis completely redesigned Firm Manager with the help of a customer advisory board and input from hundreds of practicing lawyers. Here is everything you need to know about the new, improved, and redesigned Firm Manager.
MyCase Law Practice Management Software
Here’s what you need to know about MyCase, from getting started to using the mobile apps with your clients.
Clio Law Practice Management Software
Clio practice management software information and review.
Solo Law Practice Technology Setup
If I were starting a brand-new solo practice right now — i.e., no legacy systems to support, and no well-established procedures, and limited funds — here is what I would put in my technology budget.
Xero Accounting for Law Firms
If you are in the market for accounting software, and would like something that is better than QuickBooks in several ways, worse in several others, and a bit better overall, then I recommend Xero.
Encryption: Enabling Basic Client File Security
Client file security through encryption is easy. Here's how to do it, and why you really need to.
Fastcase Plans to Make “Kick-Ass” Bankruptcy Software a Reality
CEO Ed Walters says Fastcase is “pretty good at making kick-ass software,” and he plans to build a cloud-based version of TopForm that meets that standard. Which might make it the first bankruptcy software that actually does.
Getting Things Done, for Lawyers
How to implement the Getting Things Done (GTD) productivity system in your law practice.
JuryPad for iPad Review
JuryPad, the latest iPad jury selection application for lawyers, simply doesn't give a trial lawyer the tools to conduct an effective voir dire.
Fever: Roll Your Own RSS Reader
If you want a way to keep up with the websites you want to read without reading everything on them, check out Fever. I've all but forgotten Google Reader.
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.
Going Paperless: Workflow (Part 2 of 3)
Going Paperles, Part 2 of 3: Establish your Paperless Workflow
Mailbox App – Awesome or Hype?
Mailbox has finally been released in the iTunes App Store amidst much excitement and hype claiming to transform your inbox and the way you use email.
Why You Should Use Text Expanders
Guest post by Dan Sherman. Computers are designed to make repetitive jobs easier. One thing we do more than anything else is type. If you are like me, you type the same thing several times during a day. What if you could train your computer to do the repetitive typing for you? That’s where text […]