"Compliance news and views. Setting compliance ideas in context of management."
"Simple habits for untangling disagreements and getting back on track."
Law, librarianship, social networking and social media.
Posts related to how lawyers can market themselves through websites, blogs and social media.
“A blog about negotiation, agreement and contract management.”
Blog discusses law practice management, business development and marketing.
Cordell Parvin's posts discuss strategies lawyers can use for time management and client development. His clients also regularly contribute reflective posts.
Provides a forum for knowledge exchange between compliance experts on important and timely topics in the areas of ethics, compliance, risk, and governance. Content falls into three specific categories:
• Regular featured authors from compliance experts on "big idea" topics, posted weekly.
• Daily news updates from the world of compliance and governance.
• "People on the move" updates concerning the movement of compliance and governance executives.
Posts cover issues in E-discovery management companies, what businesses should look for in an E-discovery manager and what problems may arise.
This blawg discusses all levels of law firm lawyer compensation, from associates to service partners, to rainmakers, to lawyer-managers, and senior lawyers who are phasing down in preparation for retirement. It comments on external market forces as well as the complex internal issues of system design, productivity, and motivation. It draws on Altman Weil’s extensive survey databases as a source of compensation trends and benchmarks.
“Posts cover legal technology trends, iPad apps for lawyers, legal software and product reviews, high-profile trials, trial presentation and demonstrative graphics.”
"Posts explore the many factors involved in juror decision-making and how personal experiences, attitudes and values affect the choices jurors make. Posts also address anything and everything related to persuasion, storytelling, strategy and advocacy in the courtroom."
"Aimed at helping attorneys develop their brand and online presence via social media platforms."
"A forum for ideas, opinions, and strategies on justice policy and practice."
"Legal marketing tips, technology reviews, and search engine marketing advice."
"In this blog I share recommendations and best practices for improving the structure and management of relationships between and among law firms, their clients, and new third-party providers. As more law departments and law firms consider unbundling matters and services and outsourcing some parts thereof, they will need new capabilities, new pricing models, and new ways of collaborating."
Nolo's intellectual property editor and author Rich Stim uses a question-and-answer format to address issues involving copyright, trademark and patent law.
"Covers juries, litigation consulting and deep thoughts about quirky legal trivia."
The blawg is a collection of articles and provides links to other Internet and technology resources.
"Posts simplify and give clarity to the ever-changing, complex world of ESI and discovery by providing workflow examples, best practice tips, and assessing recent court rulings and news updates."
"Posts contain timely articles on improving law practice websites, utilizing social media, and improving Internet marketing strategy. The blog shares tips that are equally beneficial for start-up law firms and established practices of all sizes."
"Insights—with an emphasis on facilitating the relationship between legal and technology professionals." Posts cover Internet law cases of interest and discuss e-discovery and the author's general thoughts about the use of social media.
Posts cover case law, sanctions and ethical issues related to e-discovery as well news about Catalyst and its staffers.
Posts address the author's solution to the problems of e-discovery: "a team approach combining the talents of law, information technology and science." Some posts are actually e-discovery science fiction.
Posts cover law firm management strategies as they apply to law firm mergers, dealing with difficult or underperforming lawyers, and pricing.