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David Colarusso

How an Online Game Can Help AI Address Access to Justice (A2J)

Learned Hands is a new online game where lawyers help AI address access to justice, spot issues, train algorithms, and beat their friends.

Jess Birken

Market Yourself on Twitter without Being an Asshole

If you're a lawyer trying to market yourself on Twitter, you just need to be human, care about something, and share things you care about.

Sam Harden

Do-It-Yourself Document Assembly

Useful tools exist for your firm's do-it-yourself document assembly. Use existing text, automate conditional text, and reduce human error.

Karin Conroy

Vision, Value and Goals: Creating Your Law Firm’s Strategic Roadmap

Planning your law firm's long-term strategy and developing a business plan helps you achieve your goals. Follow these steps to get started!

Megan Zavieh

The Attorney Advertising Rules Are Killing Us

The rules about how lawyers can advertise are terrible. Lawyers should be honest and forthright in advertisements. All else is just noise.

Jess Birken

4 Ways to Use Online Scheduling in Your Law Firm (and a Software Recommendation)

Online scheduling tools like Acuity eliminate the inefficient, aggravating, back-and-forth email ping-pong game in your law office.

Cari Twitchell

6 Critical Pages to Include on Your Law Firm Website

Put thought, effort, and professional services to use in planning, designing, and building these 6 critical pages on your law firm website.

Sam Glover

How to Sound Great on a Podcast, Webinar, or Conference Call

If you'll be on a podcast, webinar, or conference call, you should care how you sound. Follow these podcasting tips to sound great.

Jess Birken

Deep Work: Finally Get to the Bottom of Your To-Do List

Distraction-free concentration pushes your cognitive capabilities to the limit and produces deep work that creates new value, improves your skill, and is hard to replicate.

Kelly Street

Before You Launch Your Legal Podcast

You're thinking of launching a legal podcast? Awesome. But first check out this six-step to-do list before you hit "record."

How Lawyers Work: Jess Birken, Lawyer for Nonprofits & Dance Music Enthusiast

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Jess Birken. Jess is the owner of Birken Law Office, a firm focused and dedicated to helping non-profits solve problems so they can do what they do best—the work.

How Lawyers Work: Ryan McKeen, Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyer & Ten Club Member

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Ryan McKeen. Ryan is a personal injury attorney and the founder of Connecticut Trial Firm, LLC in Hartford, Connecticut. 

How Lawyers Work: Jason Beahm, DJ Extraordinaire & Criminal Defense Attorney

In this week’s edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Jason Beahm. Jason is a San Francisco-based criminal defense attorney whose practice areas include DUI's, traffic, personal injury and criminal cases. 

How Lawyers Work: Joleena Louis, Divorce Lawyer & Dog Lover

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Joleena Louis. Joleena is a New York City-based matrimonial attorney whose practice areas include divorce, child custody & support, and adoption.

How Lawyers Work: Zach Herbert, Geek Lawyer & Wood Working Enthusiast

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Zach Herbert. Zach is a newly solo attorney and founder of Herbert Law Group in Dallas, Texas.