Limited Scope Representation, Limited Access to Justice
Limited representation models—either by lawyers or nonlawyers—will probably not solve the access-to-justice gap.
Access to Justice Sometimes Benefits from Moving Software to the Cloud
Sometimes, all it takes to increase access to justice is moving software to the cloud.
Weekend Project: Encrypt Your Client Files
Encrypting your files only sounds complicated. In fact, it will take you less than a minute (which is why I think it’s negligent not to do it).
LEAP Moves Document Assembly to the Cloud with Office 365’s Web Apps
LEAP legal practice management software just became first to market with a cloud-based document assembly solution.
MyCase Replaces Authorize.Net and PayPal Pro with MyCase Payments
MyCase users who currently accept credit card payments using Authorize.Net have until the end of 2016 to switch to MyCase Payments.
Where Should You Hang out Your Shingle?
A recent deep dive into law school graduate and projected legal jobs statistics could help you figure out where you might want to hang your shingle.
Good Luck Getting the Government Data You Need
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) has begun denying FOIA requests under the logic that if they provide the data to a defendant, the defendant can then defend themselves, and that is, apparently, bad.
Weekend Project: Video Calls
"I’m not suggesting you need to switch all your client calls to video, but being able to do it is basic tech competence."
Eliminate Poor Communication Habits so You Don’t Lose Your Audience
As a lawyer, you need to talk to people and you need to keep their attention. Here's some tips on how to do so.