The newsletter of the ISBA's Standing Committee on Legal Technology
Browse articles by year: 2013 (14)
Newsletter articles from 2010
Building your online network
Use these tips to improve your Internet presence and ensure your business comes up on the first page of a Google or Yahoo search.
From the Chair
I firmly believe that one of the most useful tools available for attorneys is the ability to maintain our calendars electronically.
Greetings from the Chair
Sign up for the ISBA's Solo & Small Firm Conference later this month and attend one or more of the many technology-focused presentations-- they're sure to help you in your practice!
Greetings from the Chair
A look at what members of the Committee have to look forward to in the coming year, from Chair Adam Nelson.
“Hello, may I help you?” Yes, Callruby.com
One of the problems that solos and some small firms face is hiring a good receptionist that provides a professional voice to the outside world. Ruby makes potential clients feel as if they are hiring the best lawyers.
Pensoft Payroll 2010 Professional
A great software addition for lawyers doing their own bookkeeping-- This software version includes the ability to export information for direct deposit, as well as the ability to generate W-2s.
RSS for lawyers: RSS 101
After you’ve grabbed a cup of coffee, what do you do first thing in the morning when you sit down at your desk and fire up your computer? If you’re like me, you bring up your Web browser and check out several of your favorite Web sites for the latest news, sports, weather, financial information, etc. What if you could corral most of that information into once place? With RSS feeds, you can!
Ruling rethinks search warrant when evidence is digital
Common practice for decades for investigators who enter a suspect’s home with a search warrant to look for illegal items and finding other contraband lying openly, they can seize the additional contraband despite not referenced in the warrant.
Severing the landline
The author presents his case for the elimination of traditional telephone service.
Software acquisitions beware!
Due diligence must be used for consolidations, acquisitions, divestitures, and any other entity change which would result in a new legal entity becoming the user of the licensed product.
Status report on my paperless office
A paperless office may not be for everyone, but author Alan Press discusses how it has made his practice more efficient and more profitable.