Yes, You Can Touch Type on a Tablet!
Typing fast is a critical skill for lawyers, and there is no reason to let an iPad’s touchscreen keyboard slow you down (much).
The Problem with Evernote Work Chat in One Image
If Work Chat were actually just comments on notes, I would be thrilled and I wouldn't care what Evernote called it. As-is, I really wish I could turn off Work Chat and go back to sharing notes the old way.
Podcast #15: Karin Conroy’s 5-Step Basic Law Firm Marketing Plan
Don’t build your marketing plan around the strategies you want to employ. That’s step 4. First, you need to do a little background work to figure out which strategies make sense for your practice. This week, Karin and Sam talk through her 5-step marketing plan. Plus, Sam and Aaron talk about a BigLaw April Fools […]
How to Fight Inbox Overload with Outlook
The busier your law practice, the more overwhelming your email inbox becomes. Here are three tools in Microsoft Outlook to help manage all those emails.
The Best Legal Pad for Legal Work
You use legal pads every day. Rather than scraping by with lackluster legal pads from your office closet, purchase a legal pad that can handle the rough and tumbles of your daily life. It's for your own good.
How to Run Effective Meetings
Meetings can be a huge waste of time for lawyers. Make yours more effective and waste less time with these tips.
Going Paperless: Everything You Need to Get Started
Once you have the right equipment and a basic plan, start scanning! Soon you will have a more efficient, more portable, more paperless office.
“30 Apps in 30 Minutes” Presentation Materials
For the convenience of those in attendance, here are my slides and the list of apps from today's "30 Apps in 30 Minutes" presentation at Minnesota CLE.
If You Want Google Inbox, Now is the Time
Google Inbox gives you a fancy new front end with reminders and snoozing and bundling tweets and suped-up labels.
Everything Old is New: Maybe You Should Start Dictating Again
Don't look now, but maybe you should rethink typing your own documents and switch back to dictating.
Teams Are Smarter When They Have More Women
Smarter people do not make for smarter teams.
Maybe You Shouldn’t Answer Your Own Phone. Here’s Why.
The point is to use the phone when you can be effective, not when you are going to be distracted and ineffective.
What Did You Think and Learn this Year? What Are Your Goals for Next Year?
The new year is a great time to stop and reflect on what you thought and what you learned during the year gone by, and set goals for next year.
Prevent Phone Calls From Monopolizing Your Time
Keep your clients happy, your phone from ringing, and yourself out of ethical trouble.