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Inboxes are meant to be emptied, not used for long-term storage. That goes double for your email inbox, which is far more useful if you empty it on a regular basis.
Whether you are defending (or taking) your first or your hundredth deposition, you must be ready to handle objections. That means knowing which objections are proper and which are not. Once you know, you can keep the deposition proceeding smoothly—and avoid embarrassing yourself.
Whether or not you want it to be, Yelp probably plays a significant role in your online search presence. Here's our user guide.
The complexity of appellate briefing requirements can make your head spin even before you try to translate them into a Word document. This comprehensive guide to building an appellate brief in Word will get you started.
Smokeball is Windows-based legal practice management software that focuses on automating your document creation and your workflows.
Xero is a cloud-based accounting software that has positioned itself as "The online accounting software alternative to QuickBooks" for lawyers and other small businesses.
The client portal is evolving quicker than we’re able to get to know it. Slack is a modern, flexible, and secure way to manage most of your client communications. Clients will appreciate the ease of use and innovative means of communicating with their lawyer.
In general, people spend way too much time worrying about which computer to buy. You can run a law practice just fine on a $400 Dell desktop. (Not that you should.) Obsessively comparing specs is a waste of time and brainpower. Just something from Microsoft or Apple and it will do the job. (Lenovo and […]
The key to better oral argument is to get away from your outline and use a more "modular" approach when preparing.