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iPad – Tech Tool for Trial

Back by popular demand, the cutting-edge CLE program iPad for Litigators is returning to show you how to use the iPad as a powerful litigation tool. This program will teach you how to use the iPad for conducting research, depositions, selecting juries, presenting evidence and more. Attend the upcoming program, iPad for Litigators by the ABA Law Practice Management Section ...

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What NOT to do on Twitter: A Guest Post by Jared Correia

Jared D. Correia, Esq., is the author of  Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers, coming this fall from LPM Publishing.  He is the Senior Law Practice Advisor with the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP), where he provides free and confidential law practice management consulting to Massachusetts attorneys.  There is a lot of content out there about how to ...

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How YOU Can Deliver Legal Services Online

Attorneys who deliver legal services online show an increase in efficiency, higher client satisfaction, and a more competitive practice in today’s legal climate. If you’re not using the internet to deliver legal services, notice the overwhelming benefits that technology brings to the clients you serve, your work-life balance, and to the legal profession. Learn the best practices for delivering legal ...

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Developing Your Law Firm Website (Free Book Excerpt)

Adapted and excerpted from Internet Branding for Lawyers: Building the Client-Centered Website (2012) by Jeff Lantz, now available from the ABA Law Practice Management Section.   Build Your Website Yourself or Hire a Developer? Your website is your personal 24/7 face to the world. It should be a significant part of your marketing program. Because it’s always available for the ...

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This Week in Tech – August 3rd

Rounding up some of the interesting technology news, tips and guides for the week of August 3rd: Windows 8 is nearly here. Microsoft recently announced that it’s reached RTM status–released to manufacturing. Beverly Michaelis offered some helpful suggestions about improving your smartphone email signatures. Google Wallet saw a major update which will allow users to load almost any major credit ...

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Follow Along with #ABAannual

The ABA Annual Meeting is in Chicago this week and there is a lot going on. ABA entities are holding their business meetings at hotels scattered throughout the city and with CLE programming hosted at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, how do you pay attention to it all? On Twitter of course! Follow the #ABAannual trend for ABA Annual Meeting updates ...

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New Look and New Tips from Law Practice Matters

Law Practice Matters has a new look, and a couple helpful new posts about legal technology to go with it: Should Lawyers Use Encrypted Email? With the amount of sensitive information lawyers send through e-mail, should we be using encrypted e-mail? Avoiding Lost USB Drives Losing a thumb drive can be damaging, but what about finding a thumb drive? Law Practice Matters ...

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Save 15% on technology books at ABA Annual Meeting

Heading to ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago next week? Stop by the ABA Law Practice Management booth at the ABA EXPO to save 15% on new technology books! We’ll have all of our bestsellers like iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers, LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, and The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Outlook 2010–and much more. Visit us ...

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New E-Discovery Tools for Small Cases

What’s hot in E-Discovery? Effective and affordable. The latest tools in search, analysis and review are making E-Discovery more effective in small cases and more affordable for law firms with limited technology budgets. Learn the tools for effective and affordable E-Discovery during the upcoming CLE program from the ABA Law Practice Management Section (LPM) What’s Hot in E-Discovery for Small ...

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This Week in Tech – July 20th

Rounding up some of the interesting technology news, tips and guides for the week of July 20th: Jeff Richardson of iPhone J.D. dug into some smartphone and tablet stats from the 2012 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report. AT&T announced its upcoming shared data plans, supporting up to 10 devices. Ellen Freedman wrote about getting ready for Windows 8. If you’re ...

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