We here at MyCase love to read and learn everything there is to know about law practice management. So we make it a point to follow blogs that focus on law practice management in the 21st Century. And, every few weeks, we’ll share some of the posts that we found to be most interesting.
So now, for your reading pleasure–our wrap up of some of our favorite posts from the past few weeks:
- Is there such a thing as too General (Practitioner?) (Jennifer Ellis JD blog)–Jennifer expands on Matt Homann’s thoughts about the practicalities of being a general practitioner
- iPad transforming business development and business intelligence for lawyers (Real Lawyers Have Blogs)–Kevin O’Keefe explains how the iPad is changing the practice of law
- How Will You Prepare for Jurors of the Future? (Lawyerist)–Sam Glover wonders how lawyers will be able to reach jurors who have technology-induced attention spans that are equivalent to that of goldfish
- An All-New WordPerfect, Now With Bates Numbering (Lawsites)–For those lawyers who stubbornly insist on being WordPerfect holdouts, Bob Ambrogi shares the latest and greatest Wordperfect features
- Digital legal research: solo or collaboration folders? (rethinc.k)–Jason Wilson ponders whether collaborative legal research will catch on
- Law Firm Attorney Pages vs. LinkedIn Pages (3 Geeks and a Law Blog)–Greg Lambert examines and contrasts the information lawyers provide for their LinkedIn profiles to the information found on their bio page at their firm