Category Archives: Practice Management

16 Aug

Email Management

Practice Management

Email has become the bane of many lawyers’ existence.  Like kudzu in the South of many years ago, it can quickly grow to overwhelm everything in its path, choking your inbox and strangling your will to continue to practice law.  As we’ve moved from paper-based systems of documents to electronic ones, the task of organizing,

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07 Oct

Solo Out of the Gate Seminar

Practice Management

Designed for both the new attorney looking to hang a shingle and established practitioners thinking of leaving a firm to start a solo practice, Solo Out of the Gate, a 6 CLE credit hour program (1 ethics hour) on October 17th from Cumberland School of Law, will cover everything you need to know to get

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22 Aug

Is it Time for Office 365?

Practice Management

As more and more firms decide it’s time to upgrade their current version of Microsoft Office, they’re confronted with the decision of whether or not to move to Office 365. Thankfully, Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers: A Practical Guide to Options and Implementation by Ben Schorr has come along just in time to help with

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14 Aug

Make Amazon’s Customers Your Customers (or Clients?)

Practice Management

That’s the come-on for the latest offering from Amazon. Some people claim that Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s insatiably driven CEO, is determined to conquer every market segment of the economy, one by one, and to do it by undercutting the existing price structure in that segment. While that’s probably a little overblown, Amazon does seem to

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12 Aug

Back to Basics

Practice Management

As a new bar year begins the theme of “back to basics” seems to be coming up over and over. ASB President Rich Raleigh has adopted it as his guiding principle for the upcoming year, and it offers a lot of room for thought and improvement in both the way lawyers practice and in the

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