July 2012 | Phones, Tablets & Mobile Computing: Oh My!
By Andrew Flusche
You've got the device—now what do you need to make it work for you? Here's a list of 6 little known apps attorneys should consider for their Android devices.
By Ben M. Schorr
Not long ago, you needed a telephone line and lots of patience when connecting to the web. Mobile technology has changed all of that. Read this article to learn of the myriad of choices one has to connect a device and keep it safe at the same time.
By Barbara Nelson
Mobility isn't about being connected all the time - it's about increasing productivity without blurring the lines of work and personal time - it's a choice.
By Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek
Mobile devices now carry as much information as computers and need to have that information removed before upgrading, trading in or disposal. Learn how to effectively wipe mobile devices in this article.
By Allison Shields
A version of this article originally appeared on the Legal Ease blog.
By Rich Goldstein
There is absence of firm leadership on all levels; therefore an opportunity is present for people to step into the role of leadership.
By Ed Poll
Leveraging the efficiencies of technology in billings and receivables can reduce the cost of legal services and pass those savings on to the client. This will be a vital survival strategy for law firms in the "new normal."
Interviewed by Carol Fox Phillips
Mytrang Nguyen is an attorney and program counsel at the Legal Services Corporation in Washington, D.C. The Legal Services Corporation is the largest federal funder of civil legal aid organizations in the United States. Her career path has focused on public interest law.
MEET THE WOMEN RAINMAKERS!
Interviewed by Beverly Loder
Sherri is a partner in the Washington, DC, office of IP law firm Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP. With a focus on trademark, copyright, and advertising and promotion law, Sherri brings a rich variety of corporate, government, and nonprofit experience to her current practice.