Online applications such as Don’t Forget the Beer are substitutes for real task-mastering workhorses: pen and paper. Luckily, we’ve got the definitive guide for using both of these tools in your practice.
We get a lot of questions about what a law practice should do in the event of a full-out apocalypse. Thus, we begin our Law Practice Apocalypse series.
Chank reveals the five signs of the “Old Codger Lawyer,” a species of lawyer that is at least two generations behind but still proudly unaware of it.
While lawyers and e-discovery vendors have concentrated on scrubbing electronic documents, they have overlooked a key source of metadata: the fax machine.
Four things we rank as sucky but that still manage to stay within the ethical bar.
With increased attention devoted to the dogs used in war, we often overlook the contributions of canines to the practice of law and administration of justice.
If you are a struggling lawyer, a recent law school graduate, a burned out paralegal, or even a successful horse whisperer, consider a career as a lawyer whisperer. Here are some things to understand.
In addition to at one time being a revolutionary electronic device, the iPad came with several built-in functions that few people have yet to use, all thanks to the geniuses at Apple.
While we are big believers in innovating as soon as you have to, innovation may not always be the best choice. Sometimes,
Get away from a time-based billing system and use a gallon-based system instead. Plus, getting gallons of legal advice just sounds better.