Unpaid legal work is sprouting up everywhere, with clear opportunities available for law students willing to move boxes and do laundry. Here’s what you need to ask.
In response to groundbreaking work from a consortium of life coaches, more and more lawyers are using the “happy” disclaimer, or the “proclaimer” as it is now being called in the profession.
Looking to impress law students asking for a job? A 315 Bates on your desk screams “retro post-ironic so totally cool but what is it?”
Nascent metadata is data that does not yet exist but could exist if the right conditions develop. It is often referred to as fn-metadata. Here’s how to protect against its release into the wild.
You could spend a ton of your downtime handing your dog client documents to chew on as part of regular file destruction, or you could try something attorneys have not yet used more widely: controlled burns.
If you find yourself sharing an office with kitty litter and a dehumidifier, here are a few tips to help get your practice off the ground, or at least above the ground.
While Clio and RocketMatter and NinjaDoc get all the glory, the paperweight keeps on performing. And then some. Here are our tips to make better use of a document management workhorse.