An Evening With The New iOS Annotated Constitution App
In honor of Constitution Day, the Library of Congress, Congressional Research, and Government Printing Office have released a free annotated Constitution IOS app that contains the full 2,860 pages of the 10-pound, $290 print version.
Freshbooks: the Gold Standard for Timekeeping and Billing
Freshbooks is the gold standard for timekeeping and billing. It's easy to use, mobile-friendly, and comes with world-class customer service.
Will Computers Become Better Lawyers Than Humans?
By 2017, if Moore’s Law continues to hold, computers will have the processing power of a human mind. This is not science fiction. It will happen, and it means that sometime during this century, computers will be able to at least simulate human thought, if not think independently. Will that mean computers will be able to replace lawyers?
Is it Time for Non-Lawyer Ownership?
Permitting non-lawyer ownership of law firms is a global trend. It is not really about access to justice, as I previously supposed. It’s about changing the law firm business model in a way that works for lawyers and clients.
Estate Map Review
Estate Map, a cloud-based tool for estate planning attorneys and consumers, embraces cloud-based technology and provides an easy way to store and share information about one's estate plan and related information.
Terms of Service for Cloud Software Are Negotiable
(Confidential to cloud software providers: Offering cloud software to lawyers under terms of service is best viewed as a sort of crowd-sourced contract drafting exercise.)
How To Do Cloud Computing Due Diligence, from Bob Ambrogi
A 10-step checklist from Bob Ambrogi on the basic things you need to know about your cloud software providers.
Clio Releases its iPhone App
Clio's iPhone app shows that great legal software can be great-looking, too. If you are a Clio user, get it now, and start keeping track of your practice from your iPhone.
The 5 Most User-Hostile Microsoft Word Features
Microsoft Word doesn't always win awards from users for its intuitiveness. Here are five features that could be a lot easier than they are, with some suggestions for working around them in a pinch.
Review: eeminders for Microsoft Outlook
If you're guilty of using your Microsoft Outlook inbox as a to-do list, here's your "get out of jail free" card: a plugin that helps you manage your email your way ... safely.
Evernote Tips, Resources and Review
I agree with Sam, “Evernote is one of the most awesome bits of software ever made.” And we’re not the only ones. According to Bloomberg Businessweek’s Rob Walker, as of Feb. 2013, “Evernote says it has 50 million users around the world (a third in the U.S.) and is adding 100,000 a day.” However, because […]
How to Fill Your Address Book Without Lifting a Finger (Almost)
With all those emails flying into your inbox, who's got time to put everybody's contact info into your address book? If you answered, "Not me", maybe this automated solution can help.
Are Fully Online Programs a Viable Choice for Law Schools?
A top-50 university in the United States is beginning to offer a fully-online master's degree for about 15% of the cost of an on-campus degree. Is this a model law schools could - or should - consider?
Is Dropbox Right for Your Practice?
Dropbox is an extremely popular cloud computing option. Just because it's popular, however, does not mean it's right for your practice. Here are some things to consider before using Dropbox in your practice.