Lisa Needham

Lisa Needham

Lisa Needham is the Deputy Editor of Lawyerist.com, the Editor-in-Chief of Bitter Lawyer, teaches legal writing at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and still believes in the Oxford comma.

Social Media, Low Bono, and Summer Jams

Three podcasts we're listening to this week: Best's Insurance Law Podcast, the Digital Edge, and Still Processing.

Traveling With Tech, Getting Into Politics, and Petty Disputes

Three podcasts we're listening to this week: the Kennedy-Mighell Report, Call Your Girlfriend, and Judge John Hodgman.

Testimonials, Bill Cosby, and Automation

Three podcasts we're listening to this week: the Unbillable Hour, Cosby on Trial, and Exponential View.

5 Google Searches That Reveal The Sad Truth About Lawyers

Apparently lawyers are mean, arrogant, miserable, and costly jerks. But hey! At least Google tells use we're important mean, arrogant, miserable, and costly jerks.

Malware, Racist Artificial Intelligence, and The Kinks

Three podcasts we're listening to this week: Digital Detectives, Note to Self, and Soul Music.

Legal Research, Market Forces, and Video Chat

Three podcasts we're listening to: ABA Journal—Legal Rebels, the Digital Edge, and the Kennedy-Mighell Report.

Virtual Lawyering, Shared Office Space, and Board Games

Three podcasts we're listening to: The Florida Bar Podcast, New Solo, and Shut Up and Sit Down.

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First Look: Centerbase

Centerbase is highly configurable law practice management software that includes contact relationship management and robust reporting features.

LexisNexis Comes Out Swinging Against Lower-Cost Legal Research Services

LexisNexis is attacking lower-cost legal research services as lower quality as well, but the attack misses the mark.