Good Facts > Good Law
Every case, and every set of facts is different. Whether you are interacting with opposing counsel or the court, good facts should be front and center.
Need In-Your-Face Reminders? Try These Two Tools
If even the best organizing system doesn't get you focused, maybe you need something a bit more "in your face". Consider these two tools.
Your Practice Should Fit Your Personality
There is more than one way to achieve client goals---attorneys need to trust their gut when making decisions.
Paperless Tip: Never Ever Send Word Files as Correspondence
Word files should never be sent as correspondence. It allows unscrupulous people to alter your letters and present them as evidence. Only send PDFs.
Solo Practice Year Two: Now What?
How to grow and cultivate a successful solo practice after year one.
Top 5 iOS Apps I Can’t Live Without
What are your top 5 iOS apps you can't live without? Todd Hendrickson lists his, along with an homage to High Fidelity.
Don’t Suck at Networking Lunches
Creating professional relationships means being yourself, respecting the other person's time, and following up.
Plan for Emergencies (and Survive Them)
The best way to survive an emergency is to plan for it in advance.
JuryNotes: A Low Tech Approach to Voir Dire Notes
JuryNotes is a simple paper pad note taking system for keeping track of your voir dire notes. Sometimes low tech is the best option.
The Real Cost of a Problem Client
The hidden costs of a problem client can easily outweigh the fee they paid.
Spending Wisely vs. Being Cheap
It's tempting to keep overhead as low as possible, but spending wisely is better than not spending.
Trial Notebook for iPad Review
Trial Notebook from TabLit is an excellent iPad app to organize trial materials, giving you a portable, iPad version of the venerable trial notebook.
(Not) Working on Vacation
How to work during a vacation without completely ruining it.
Increase Dropbox Data Security
Attorneys can increase data security with Dropbox with a few tweaks and tips.
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.