Forget the new jargon—lawyers have always understood networking. Learn how the three major platforms can help you connect with the right people anywhere, at any time.
When it comes to social networking, too many firms believe that old line, “If you build it, they will come.” They won’t—unless you plan correctly and follow these tips.
This open discussion between a law firm’s director of knowledge management and its founding partner will answer your questions about “software as a service.”
A client relationship management application may be your technological key to survival in changing times for the legal profession.
While technology has made rapid advances in gathering and transmitting personal information, the legal framework for regulating this information flow is still in its infancy.
Many of the newest computer systems look surprisingly like the earliest ones—but the threats they face are far more dangerous and pervasive.
Are we forgetting what it’s like to take our time and to think, process, and create?
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