"Seeks to help attorneys utilize the tools and technology available to improve efficiency, decrease expenses, and better serve their clients."
Posts take note of new Android-powered devices and apps and how lawyers can use them in their practices.
Technology and patent law news and litigation as well as Internet and media law topics. Many posts also cover the latest PDA devices and their applications.
"A place for experimentation, culture-jamming, critical thinking, artistic risk-taking, and the creative use of computers. I believe in the promise of redemptive technology, in new wine in old bottles, in unexpected connections, and the profound joy of understanding."
"This blog is meant to chronicle the rise of law-related startups and other innovative legal solutions that will afford people more access to justice."
Posts jump in the blogosphere's conversation about law firm marketing hits and misfires.
This blog takes on the Microsoft/PC-centric law practice model, chronicles the experiences of lawyers who make the switch from PC to Mac, and offers tips and advice to those considering a Mac-based practice.
Posts directed at other litigation support professionals about software, hardware and electronic evidence, as well as coverage of newsletters and podcasts on the same subject matter.
"Analyzes legal marketing news, articles, and social media."
"The Sustainable Lawyer, an extension of the Boston Bar Association’s Task Force on Environmental Sustainability, will provide brief posts providing tips and best practices on the greening of the legal profession, interviews with green mavens in law offices and law firms, stories about opportunities to do green pro bono or community service work, and accounts of lawyers in a variety of settings working to reduce their carbon footprints."
"Law from the inside out." A general counsel-turned-consultant writes posts devoted to the role of the general counsel. A recent series of "Zen and the Art of Legal Pricing" posts offer guidelines to how law firms with corporate clients should price their services.
Solo practitioner Stephanie Kimbro has operated a virtual law firm out of Wilmington, N.C., for five years. She uses her experience to write about the ethics, technology and practical aspects involved in virtual lawyering.
Posts cover marketing and business development strategies for law firms.
Legal research and Internet news and information with an emphasis on Wisconsin.