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Joshua Poje

Joshua Poje
Joshua Poje (@poje) is the Director of the ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center, where he provides technology and practice management guidance to attorneys throughout the country. He is the editor of the annual ABA Legal Technology Survey Report and a frequent speaker and writer on legal technology topics. Follow him on: Twitter | LinkedIn | Google+

Sound Off! What Do You Think About Legal Tech?

  Lawyers, legal professionals and techies — we want your feedback! Tell us what you think about the latest trends in legal technology.  What are the key tools lawyers should be using?  What causes you the most frustration?  Where are lawyers and technology headed? We’ve put together a brief survey — just five questions — on those topics.  We’d love ...

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Four Quick Productivity Tips for Your Practice

We’re all looking for ways to save a little bit of time in our busy schedules. Whether you use that free time to do extra work, catch up on sleep, or spend time with the family is up to you. Here are four popular productivity tips we’ve been using recently: Bookmark Your PDFs Long documents can become unwieldy and difficult ...

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Tech Toys for the Holidays 2013

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Just in time for the big holiday shopping days,  Sharon Nelson, Esq. and Jim Calloway present their annual Tech Toys for the Holidays episode of The Digital Edge podcast.  Sharon and Jim each present the top electronics on their wish lists and shopping lists for the gift-giving season. Tune in for inspiration and an update on the newest, coolest gadgets like smartphone spy lenses, doorbells connected via ...

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Will Your Clients Demand a Technology Audit?

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On the latest episode of The Digital Edge podcast, Sharon Nelson, Esq. and Jim Calloway talk to Andy Perlman of Suffolk Law School about the rising trend of technology audits for lawyers.  The audits, popularized by D. Casey Flaherty,  measure how efficiently lawyers are using technology and determine how much time (and clients’ money) they could be saving. Suffolk University is partnering with ...

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Practical Encryption: Emailing With Your Clients

Scenario:  You need to exchange sensitive documents with your client, but in the digital age, printing and mailing physical documents seems slow, expensive, and not exactly “green.” Typical Solution:  Virtually all lawyers rely on email as a primary communication tool, so when it comes time to send documents, they go right into email along with everything else. Problem: There are ...

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Practical Encryption: Backing Up Your Data

Scenario: Like most law firms, your data is growing day by day and you want to make sure you’re both (a) backing up that data, and (b) keeping the data secure. Typical Solution: While most lawyers have developed good habits regarding backup, the security of that backup file is rarely discussed or addressed.  Files are often simply copied to an ...

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Practical Encryption: Files on the Go

Scenario: You’re headed out of the office for a series of meetings and you want to bring some electronic documents with you –open files you’re working on, a draft of a presentation, etc. – but you don’t want to carry around your full laptop. Typical Solution: Grab one of the thumb drives from the pile you probably have in your ...

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Trends in Virtual and Online Lawyering

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What, exactly, is virtual lawyering? What is the growth potential in this type of practice? Is it a viable business model for lawyers? Those are the questions that Sharon Nelson, Jim Calloway, and guest Bob Ambrogi discuss on the latest episode of The Digital Edge podcast.  Listen as they discuss the results of the 2013 Legal Technology Survey Report, the current ...

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Email Shortcuts: Faster and Safer

Chances are good that the bulk of the email you send each week goes to a handful of the same people – your assistant, a partner, your spouse, and so forth.  The time you spend creating each email and addressing it can add up, and each new message becomes an opportunity to inadvertently type in the wrong email address. Email ...

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