Survey: Innovation in Law Firms
What's the biggest barrier to good ideas in law firms? Wher do goo dideas come from? Read the results.
How to Drive Strategic Innovation
It has everything to do with organization and attitude. Marginal improvement isn't enough. Here are 10 initiatives to help you create new value for your firm.
Patrick J. McKenna
New Column: Rip It! The Power of Upside-Down Thinking
In this first installment of our new column on ideas to save, share and use, you'll learn some of the tricks used by creativity professionals to get ideas flowing.
Merrilyn Astin Tarlton
Editor's Page - Merrilyn Astin Tarlton on busting out of that old pattern.
On Balance - George Kaufman on the "why" of law practice.
Chair's Message - Bill Gibson on lessons learned.
nothing.but.net: A Blog in Every Law Firm?
There's great potential in this nifty new kind of Web site.
Personal Technology: Do You See What I See?
Mindmapping tools can clarify complex concepts.
Stephen J. Harhai
Site Watch: Ninth House Funhouse
Interactive tools to help you explore fresh ways to think about work.
E-Definitions: From the DOS Dog Days to E-Filing
How technology paved the way for a radical shift in case filing.
Site Chart: ABA TECHSHOW® "60 Sites" Quick Picks
For the worthwhile to the wierd.
Research Dig: Caring for Your New Lawyers
Help new hires learn what they need to know.
The latest legal technology news in the firstname.lastname@example.org inbox.
Marketing: Creativity in Marketing Breeds Success
To stand out from the crowd, you must get the word out in ever-more innovative ways.
Robert W. Denny
Practice Development Clips
A mold-breaking ad, cross-selling and a square that's hip.
Pros and Cons of Partnership Compensation Systems: Which One is Right for You?
Before overhauling your firm's compesation program, carefully consider the strengths and weaknesses of these seven systems.
Michael J. Anderson
On Balance: Reclaiming the "Why" of Law Practice
What might happen if we recaptured the qualities that first attracted us to the law?
George W. Kaufman