The Courage to Manage: Practice What You Preach
In this excerpt from Practice What You Preach, David Maister says leaders must be willing to make hard choices.
David H. Maister
Client Development Focus
Integrate client development into all aspects of your practice management. Answer some questions to shake up the status quo.
Merrilyn Astin Tarlton
Flying Solo Excerpt: Branding on the Web
Is your Web site keeping pace with the times? Here's how to build a client-centered site.
Twenty Tips: Reinvent Your Practice
Complacency is no longer an option. Get in the driver's seat!
John W. Olmstead
Editor's Page - Merrilyn Astin Tarlton on what readers think.
Technology in Practice Department
Marketing - Robert Denney's ABCs of marketing and client services.
Practice Development Clips - Ross Fishman on the new world of practice marketing.
On Balance - Steven Keeva on zapping the zero-sum demon.
First Person - Charles F. Robinson on parens patriae in the 21st century.
As I was Saying: Who Owns the Law?
Let's have free and public access to the law on the Internet.
Wendy R. Leibowitz
Site Building: Ethics--Decide to Comply
Know the rules of professional conduct. Define an ethical presence.
nothing.but.net: Up-to-Speed CLE
Finding the right online course is a neat experience, despite the drawbacks.
Erik J. Heels
ABA TECHSHOW 2001
E-Definitions: Cryptic Secrets of Public Keys
The encryption scheme spreading into our online lives wasn't easy to achieve.
Research Dig: Judicial Profiling
Who's behind the black robe? Hit multiple sources for background on your judge.
The latest legal technology news in the email@example.com inbox.
Marketing: The ABCs of Marketing and Client Service
Don't make business development more complicated than need be.
Robert W. Denney
Practice Development Clips
Brochure bragging rights, a risky niche and dogs of war.
First Person: Parens Patriae in the 21st Century?
Is the profession locked in the status quo?
Charles F. Robinson
On Balance: Finding Satisfaction - Zapping the Zero-Sum Demon
There's a lot more to finding balance than increasing your playtime.