A Corporate Counsel’s Fling with Solo Practice
The long-term prospects looked good for Ernie Schaal’s new solo firm. The practice, though, would be short term. His trials and errors, and a twist.
Ernest A. Schaal
Fly Right: Dos and Don’ts in Opening a Second Office
Is it time to branch out? Bill Gibson explains why he opened a branch office --then learned how to do it right the next time.
K. William Gibson
Making Plans: An Unpredictable Path
Don’t be afraid to make decisions, even the wrong ones. Here’s a story about how the best-laid plans can go astray--and lead to remarkable rewards.
Daniel B. Evans
The Art of Successful Law Firm Newsletters: Lessons from the TechnoLawyer.com Network
Here’s how to start and maintain a successful law firm newsletter.
Robert B. Fleming
Editor's Page - Merrilyn Astin Tarlton asks, what have you got to lose?
On Balance - Steve Keeva on judging others.
Chair's Message - Bill Gibson on the solo’s need to share practice problems.
Getting Ahead - Tips you can use.
Resources Cache for Solo and Small Firm Practices
nothing.but.net: Optimize It
How can you get more marketing bang from the Internet? Optimize your search engine rankings and e-newsletter readership. Steps to better search engine results.
Erik J. Heels
Cool Tools: Protect Your Papers: Go Digital
Here’s how you can use scanning, DVD and Web storage technologies to ensure access to executed documents--regardless of circumstances.
Site Watch: Web Site Usability
Is your Web site really usable? Check out the tips at useit.com.
E-Definitions: Unscrambling DVD
There are strange doings in the fight for control of digital disc technology.
The latest legal technology news in the email@example.com inbox.
Wire up your office for $5,000
What technology basics do you need for a one-person office? Storm Evans shares some good advice.
Marketing: Control Your Destiny: Seven Steps for Building a Clientele
If you suddenly had to develop a book of business on your own, could you do it?
Sally J. Schmidt
Practice Development Clips
High-powered talk, link popularity and cash rewards for client development.
Making Your Firm a Great Place to Work
In the competition to get and keep good lawyers and staff, four firms shine like beacons with their top-notch programs. What can you learn from them?
Susan Raridon Lambreth and Kelly A. Fox
On Balance: In the Hall of Mirrors: Judge Not
When we identify ourselves with our judgments, it can diminish us and harm our relationships.