February 2013 | Technology/ABA TECHSHOW 2013
By Britt Lorish
Regardless of the size or type of your practice, you will benefit by learning about the latest and greatest in legal technology at ABA TECHSHOW 2013, April 4-6 at the Hilton Chicago.
By Heidi S. Alexander
Macs and other Apple products can be great tools for any law practice. Before you make the switch, though, ask yourself the right questions and take the time to prepare, so that your transition to the Mac world is smooth and seamless.
By Kurt Olson
One lawyer's cautionary tale about the unintended consequences of a client's social media life – and her failure to tell her lawyer about it.
By Dennis Kennedy
Still scared of Facebook? Come on, it's 2013 already—can 1 billion users really all be wrong? Here are 13 tips to guide even the most reluctant late adopter on how to get the most of the most popular social media tool.
By Ann Morrell and Linda Novosel
Faced with increasing client demands for more efficiency and cost-effectiveness, law firms are embracing Legal Project Management as a solution. While technology is an essential part of making LPM work, firms that build or buy the technology but don't also embrace the change in mindset and culture needed to successfully implement LPM are in for a rude awakening.
By Ed Poll
In a legal market increasingly stratified between BigLaw and everyone else, and with the rise of globalization and attacks on traditional state bar regulation of lawyers, some may think that smaller firms are doomed. But small firms are proving quite resilient at transforming themselves to perform well in the global economy.
By Larry Port
Been reluctant to dip your toes in the social media waters? Use these eight tips from the pros to learn how Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn can help your practice.
By Jared D. Correia
Can't make it to you favorite legal conference in person? Or you can, but can't make it to all the sessions you'd like to attend? Use Twitter to get yourself a seat at the table, and a voice in the conversation.
By Ross L. Kodner
Are you "buying smart" when it comes to tech in your practice, or just "saving a buck?"
By Catherine Sanders Reach
The threat of hackers compromising not only your information, but confidential client files, means it is more urgent than ever to take steps to protect your online accounts and services. Fortunately, two-step authentication makes higher protection easy and seamless for today's most popular web-based tools and services.
Compiled by Dan Lear
As a part of the continuing series of career profiles brought to you by the Career Paths Task Force of the ABA LPM, we are providing this “roundtable” interview/profile.
MEET THE WOMEN RAINMAKERS!
Interviewed by Jeanne R. Lee
Helen Kim handles securities litigation, class action defense, defense of shareholder derivative suits and regulatory investigations for Theodora Oringher in Los Angeles.
LAW PRACTICE TODAY
Micah U Buchdahl, HTMLawyers, Inc
Andrea Malone, White and Williams LLP
BOARD OF EDITORS
John D. Bowers, Fox Rothschild LLP
Margaret M. DiBianca, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
Nicholas Gaffney, Infinite Public Relations, LLC
Nancy L Gimbol, Eastburn & Gray
Richard W Goldstein, Goldstein Patent Law
Katy M. Goshtasbi, Puris Image
William D Henslee, Florida A&M Univ College of Law
Allison C. Shields, Legal Ease Consulting, Inc.
Gregory H. Siskind, Siskind Susser, P.C.
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