Tag Archives: feature

Design Thinking in a Future Legal Practice

Design thinking is about remaining present in the moment, responding to criticism, and not fearing failure. Design thinking allows a lawyer or law student to have a conversation about how someone will interact with the end product, not simply how well it reads.

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What’s a Video Game Lawyer? (And How Can I Become One?)

When people hear I do video game law, they laugh, or quickly ask if they can join me, so I thought this article would be a good way of explaining the day-to-day.

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Air Boss: THE Road Warrior Worthy Bag

Lightweight yet designed to hold a ton while still fitting into the smallest of overhead bins (think of an ERJ-145 puddle jumper), the Air Boss is the road warrior worthy bag.

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Chicago’s Self-Help Web Center Celebrates 10 Years of Service, Access to Justice

Access to justice personified. Operating as a starting point for any pro se litigant needing assistance, the SHWC helps visitors locate legal information online via ILAO’s site, directs them to other desks and legal aid organizations at the Daley Center, and assists them with filling out various online civil law forms.

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Using the Facebook Power Editor to Create Calls to Action

Facebook’s Power Editor allows you to create posts that include Call to Action buttons.

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Quick Hits Friday: Paperless Posts Fit to Print

Roundup of some useful posts outlining paperless processes, benefits and the future. Making a believer out of me.

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The Impact of Social Media and Technology on Divorce and Custody Cases

What we share with our “friends” on social media could end up in the hands of people who will use those frustrations and private moments against us.

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Kennedy-Mighell Talk Evernote. And that thing called Paperless.

Useful tips on using Evernote in the practice of law, organizing your life and moving towards paperless. Also: Hangar for Android, and a book recommendation on the genius behind Apple’s greatest products.

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Electronic Exhibits Mark the End of the Paper Chase

Using iPads, tablets and other mobile devices eliminates paper exhibits, and puts you in control.

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Hackcess to Justice: ABA Journal’s Hackathon Competition Comes to Boston

Yes, there are prizes, including monetary ones, for tackling the justice gap with innovative technological solutions.

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