Time to Deal With Problem Partners
Do you understand the principles of collaborative performance? Use them to deal with problem partners and ensure the firm's long-term good.
Finally ready to streamline your practice with a well-designed document assembly system? Here's a road map to leveraging your best practices.
Seth G. Rowland
Key Steps When Relocating
Make a smooth move with the four keys to a happy relocation: coordination, cooperation, commitment and fun.
New Column: Rip It! It's Time to Get Organized!
Summer was fun--but it's over. It's time to get serious and get organized. Take these tips from the president of "I Hate Filing" club on how to straighten out the messes in your life.
Editor's Page - Merrilyn Astin Tarlton on getting things done.
On Balance - Stewart Levine on a new kind of law school.
As I was Saying: Examining Our Online Selves
Who's in charge of our personal data and how do we regain control?
Wendy R. Leibowitz
nothing.but.net: Combating Spam
What if you reversed the flow of junk e-mail flooding your inbox and knocked back a message to each of the spammers?
Erik J. Heels
Site Watch: Time Tamer To-Dos
A time tabulator, tip lists and research results.
E-Definitions: The Cudgel of Copyright Protection Schemes
DMCA provisions to keep the genie in the bottle have unsettling implications.
Cool Tools: Get Remote Control of Your Desktop
Here's how you can connect to your office pC from anywhere.
The latest legal technology news in the firstname.lastname@example.org inbox.
Marketing: Good Ideas for Marketing Any Size Law Firm
Seven marketing ideas that work for firms large and small.
Sally J. Schmidt
Practice Development Clips
Cold calls, professional pitchers and platinum speaking.
Safeguarding the Firm: Disaster and Recover Planning
Because of prior planning, a coordinated response and teamwork, this Manhattan firm was able to carry on its work after the unbelievable occurred. An extraordinary less for all lawyers.
On Balance: A New Kind of Law School
What might tomorrow's legal education be like? Consider this.