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+

Putting Your iPad to Work at ABA TECHSHOW 2013

When tablets like Apple’s iPad first hit the market, they were widely perceived as “toys” — devices for playing games, watching movies, or reading books. But as they’ve exploded in popularity, professionals of all types have begun relying on them as day-to-day productivity tools. Lawyers are no exception. Attend a legal conference or hang out at the courthouse and you’ll …

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Video: Managing Information and Interruption Overload

For most lawyers, managing information is a daily struggle. Between email, research, documents and the considerable administrative work of an active law firm, it can be all too easy to become overwhelmed. To make matters worse, technology and the aggressive pace of modern practice mean already-busy days are filled with a steady stream of interruptions, adding stress and decreasing productivity. …

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Managing Information and Interruption Overload

For most lawyers, managing information is a daily struggle.  Between email, research, documents and the considerable administrative work of an active law firm, it can be all too easy to become overwhelmed.  To make matters worse, technology and the aggressive pace of modern practice mean already-busy days are filled with a steady stream of interruptions., adding stress and decreasing productivity. …

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Video: Build Your Practice in the Cloud

According to the 2012 Legal Technology Survey Report, just 21% of responding lawyers reported using “the cloud.” The number one reason cited by those who don’t use it? A lack of familiarity with the technology. In this webinar, recorded December 18th, 2012, Ron Collins from Amicus Attorney explores the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing, how to get started, what …

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Free Webinar: Build Your Practice in the Cloud

Used carefully, the cloud offers a variety of potential benefits: cost savings, constantly up-to-date software, access-anywhere flexibility, and even improved security.  Yet according to the 2012 Legal Technology Survey Report, just 21% of responding lawyers actually reported using “the cloud.”  The number one reason cited by those who don’t use it? A lack of familiarity with the technology. Take a …

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Quick Tip: Your Facebook Profile Through Another’s Eyes

Navigating Facebook’s privacy settings and friend lists can be a challenge.  Whether you’re looking for clients, networking with your peers, or simply staying in touch with friends and relatives, it’s important to know exactly what you’re sharing on Facebook.  Thankfully, Facebook includes a simple tool that lets you check just that: how your profile looks to your friends (and to …

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Lawyers

Trying to find a good gift for a lawyer (or perhaps yourself) this holiday season?  Good news: Reid Trautz recently posted his annual Holiday Gift Guide for Lawyers. This is the eighth year that Reid has assembled his gift guide, and each year features a few interesting gadgets and tools to appeal to the tech-oriented lawyer.  This year’s recommendations include …

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Tech Mysteries: How Did My Computer Know …?

We’ve all had the how did it know?! moment when using technology. Perhaps you opened a restaurant review website and it listed restaurants near your office without asking for an address. Or maybe you spent a few minutes shopping online for a new coffee table, and now every site you visit seems to have advertisements for coffee tables. Much of this can …

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Tech Mysteries: Why Can’t My Smartphone Keep a Charge?

Using your smartphone heavily for either voice or data functions will obviously drain the battery, and over time batteries can gradually deteriorate, but why do new smartphones sometimes lose their charge even when they aren’t being actively used? The answer, usually, is that some quiet but resource-intensive function is running in the background even when the phone is buried in …

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Video: Effortless Searchability

Learn about making documents from multiple disparate sources searchable via keywords and phrases in your legal practice management software.  This webinar, presented on November 7, 2012, focused on: Why document searchability is beneficial A brief overview of Infinite Innovation’s PDF Analyzer and Search Tool How one Portland law firm is using the technology This webinar was hosted by the ABA …

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