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:
- When the Party’s Over: What to Do with Client Files? (CEB Blog) – Julie Brook discusses how to manage your client’s files when a case ends
- How Not to do Legal Research (Federal Criminal Appeals Blog) – Matt Kaiser contends that relying on free online research isn’t always a good idea
- Understand Practicing Law First, Innovation Will Follow (Perspective, Burton) – Chad Burton explains that technology won’t do much for you if you haven’t mastered the fundamentals of practicing law
- Failure to communicate – the most common cause of legal malpractice suits and complaints (Jennifer Ellis, JD) – Jennifer Ellis encourages lawyers to communicate better with their clients
- The Five “After Action” Questions We Should Ask… But Rarely Do (3 Geeks and a Law Blog) – Greg Lambert on why, at the close of a case, law firms should assess and review their strategy, processes, and outcomes.