As I Was Saying: The Techno Cripples
Law school grads are ready for the nineteenth century!
Personal Technology: An Ounce of Prevention
A backed-up workstation pounds the heck out of dead computers and lost time.
Stephen J. Harhai
Internet News Tracking Services
The Web site chart focuses on getting your news.
A new book and site helps lawyers create ethical Web sites.
nothing.but.net: Einstein's Cat
Going wireless with PCSs, PDAs and pagers. Do we really need more Internet access?
E-Definitions: Ripping, Stitching and Riling the Music Industry
The whole copyright protection regime as applied to the digital.
Site Building: Why Am I Here?
Find your audience for your site and send a targeted message.
Tech Advisor: The Case for Case Managers
So you think Outlook's good enough to run your law practice? Think again.
Ross L. Kodner
Research Dig: The Skill of the Hunt
Tips on researching thorough, relevant sources instead of quick, cheap answers.
Cool Tools: Doing the Backflip
A Palm add-on that keeps you talking.
The latest legal technology news in the email@example.com inbox.
Marketing: Better Marketing, One Container at a Time
How can a law firm capture and share its intellectual capital and turn it into marketing strategy?
Sally J. Schmidt
Practice Development Clips
Cubed logos, engagement letters and loveable lawyers.
Flying Solo in the New Economy: Manning the Outpost Office
Hungry for a change of scene, a solo lawyer takes a walk on the wild side to refresh, renew—and prove you can practice nearly anywhere.
Todd D. Maddocks