Trendsetters: Pioneers in the New World of Law Practice
They're telecommuters, technology's trailblazers, solos and megafirm leaders who are facing the challenges of the next century. Profiles and fresh perspectives on leadership, marketing on the Internet, what clients really want, achieving balance - and why traditional law firms might not exist in 20 years.
Joy M. White
Editor's Page - John C. Tredennick Jr. on making history.
Technology in Practice Department
Resources & Reviews
Best Practices Profile
Michael Jimmerson's high-tech briefs.
Technology Update: Technology Update: 20 Questions: 34 Percent More Geeky Than Other Summer Games
Oh boy! In this summertime game of 20 questions, we just load up on Microsoft--everything from secret hardware IDs in your documents to mind-boggling rationalizations for Office 2000. We also take a quick look at Linux--both what it is, and how to pronounce it.
G. Burgess Allison
nothing.but.net: Death on the Internet
What happens to a site after its operator is deceased? When a corporate personality dies, should the person's profile page be deleted from the company site?
Erik J. Heels
The latest legal technology news in the firstname.lastname@example.org inbox.
Marketing: Make Support Staff Part of Your Marketing Team
Lawyers aren't the only people qualified to market their firms' services. Sometimes secreataries, receptionists and paralegals are ideal first contacts.
Robert W. Denney
So You Want Compete: Lessons From the Leading Accounting Firms
Accounting firms are muscling in on your business (or they will be soon). Rather than panic, perhaps you can learn from the competition.
Patrick J. McKenna
The Case for MDPs: Should Multidisciplinary Practices Be Banned or Embraced?
What to do about multidisciplinary practices? It's a delicate issue for legal service regulators around the globe. Here's an overview. Plus, an update on the ABAs.
ABA Commission Says MDP's Need Ethics Rules Changes
At its 1999 Annual Meeting, the ABA will vote on changes to ethics rules that would open the way to new forms of cooperation in client service delivery.