It is the 4th of July holiday weekend. As you fire up the grill, pop open some cold ones with your adult children, and watch the little ones run around the yard, or splash around the pool before the sunsets and fireworks start, it’s hard not to reflect on how quickly they can grow up. June is a busy month, after all. There are Supreme Court decisions that change the landscape, high school and college graduations that create their own changes, and the return of warm weather (relatively speaking) that makes us all want to be outside after a downright cold winter.
Here is what you read the most, in between all those activities:
- Law Office Technology for Everyone
- 5 Policies and Procedures You Should Have in Place for Your Firm
- Technology and the Unauthorized Practice of Law
- Why Your Personal Brand Matters
- Autotext for Frequent Email Repeat Responses
- 3 Policies to Protect Confidential Information in the Digital Age
- Judge Andrew Peck Talks TAR in the Courtroom
- The Justice Entrepreneurs Project
- Learning the Law by Seeing and Doing
- 5 Building Blocks to a New Direction
Seems people wanted to know more about where law office technology still falls short, the Justice Entrepreneurs Project, and practical tips for email, brand management, and finding a new direction.