"We define access to justice broadly to include innovations in courts, the bar, legal aid and community that make it easier for people to obtain access to justice institutions, and to just results within those institutions." Posts cover a broad range of subjects, including access to counsel, foreclosures, self-service, law schools and technology.
Posts investigate the latest issues in computer forensics and e-discovery. Lawyer/consultant Sharon Nelson guides readers as she explores new technologies and reacts, sometimes
with incredulity, at the stunning revelations from lax oversight and poor records management.
Posts answer career-related questions that a practicing attorney might have, encourage attorneys seeking a job change to work with a recruiter and offer tips on business cards and resumes.
Posts discuss LPOs, outsourcing, risk management, legal technology and advice for in-house lawyers.
Blog discusses risk management, asset protection, disaster response, civil litigation and insurance recovery.
Posts featuring news and commentary with an eye toward law firm public relations, law firm marketing, media relations strategy, crisis communications and litigation public relations.
Posts offer tips for use of Microsoft products and other office technology.
"Cutting-edge expert witness articles and information."
Posts cover recent studies and news related to major search engines and explain how these moves can affect your law firm's Web presence. The blog also hosts an occasional Law Firm Marketing Podcast.
The blog offers marketing advice, strategies, law practice management tips and internal issue advice. Anyone interested in hearing about SeyfarthLean, which uses Lean Six Sigma principles adapted for the legal profession, will find information and advice on how it can be implemented to increase productivity.
"Shares and promotes ideas, insights and actionable advice on law firm marketing in the Social Media Age."
A blog by and for the legal research and IT community in Canada. The name "Slaw" was chosen in deference to Salon and Slate and because "there's the notion that a cooperative weblog with many contributors is bound to consist of a great many (nutritious) small pieces in rather a jumble."
"Advice you can use—short and to the point—every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday." This group blog's short posts offer law practice management anecdotes and tips that are often technology-related.
Blogger-columnists share advice and anecdotes with solo and small-firm lawyers about running a law practice, networking and marketing a law practice by both "old school" means and social media platforms. November's theme was "working on the go."
"What law firms need to know about social media. Resources. Strategy. Discussion."
Posts cover ethics issues that may pop up when lawyers market themselves through social media channels.
Susan Cartier Liebel and her rock-solid roster of contributors give comprehensive advice and frank opinions for those who are or want to be solo practitioners. Posts address both a reader's practical questions and conflicted emotions.
The blog offers advice to trial attorneys about the various aspects of the courtroom, including how to write opening statements and how to best influence a jury.
Posts focus on the legal and policy aspects of outer space development.
"Thoughts on juries, trials, and the modern age of data-driven jury consulting."
A fresh look at the ever-growing field of special education law.
Posts focus on intellectual property law and related innovation developments in India.
"Because it’s far harder, far lonelier and far more tedious than the prevailing mythology around the startup scene might suggest, we’ve undertaken this blog to create more dialogue and community around the hard work, mistakes and grit that bridge the gap between idea and success. Where the glamour and social life fall away, that’s where this blog picks up."
Blog discusses firm news and intellectual property issues and cases. Recent entries include "Feature Comment: An Overview of the Patent Reform Act of 2011," "Federal Circuit considers boundaries of spoilation" and "9th Circuit Finds Failure to Report Subject Inventions Not a False Claim under False Claims Act."
Posts center on the futures of law firms and legal education with a focus on the United Kingdom.‹ First < 8 9 10 11 12 > Last ›