“Uber” social media now combines the sensuality of human skin with a conscious desire for too much information. With that in place, what is the future of lawyer business cards? The tattoo.
How to Get Tarred, Feathered and Immediately Disbarred
Some shmoe out there needed to take a closer look at Shpoonkle and report back about it. Lucky for you, I’m that shmoe.
How to be a Snarky Curmudgeon
Being a big blowhard can reap unexpected rewards, like an increased Twitter reputation or the aura of being a tough-as-nails experienced lawyer. Here are some tips to consider if you are considering moving toward the snarky curmudgeon niche, a surprisingly growing niche within the law.
Big Legal Brain’s Not-So-Sucky Valentine’s Day Contest
So, here’s the contest: find the best Valentine-themed reported court case out there. The best one. The prize? A twenty dollar Starbuck’s gift card, delivered electronically. Serious. You deliver, we deliver.
Use Online Polls for Critical Legal Decisions
Many attorneys underutilize the web and its vast availability of expertness. A prime example is PollDaddy, underutilized by attorneys in their day-to-day legal work. That needs to change.
Top Five Uses for Your Aging iPad
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.
Outsource Your Pocket Part Updates
Unlike updating at common law, it’s now easy to update various pocket parts through outsourcing. Our three steps to effective outsourcing should get you there quickly.
Top Five Practice Areas for Strategic Dabbling
Instead of hunkering down and trying to decrease expenses, attract clients, and make your practice more efficient, it’s easier to diversify and invest in strategic dabbling. Think about dabbling in international child abduction cases or patent litigation to increase your firm’s revenue.
Use Sandwich Boarding to Solicit Clients
Sandwich boarding is immediate, powerful, and allows you to target your advertising, whether at a NASCAR race, the opera, or white-water rafting.
Four Simple Steps to Become a Real Lawyer
It’s hard to be a real lawyer, especially after Tweeting and cofficing at the local cafe. Here’s how.