Michael Grossman’s Favorite Web Sites
Posted Dec 1, 2007 4:09 PM CDT
By Michael R. Grossman
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Sites for Solos
The home page of Solosez, the ABA’s listserv catering to solo and small-firm practitioners.
Build a Solo Practice. A full-time legal coach and consultant and an adjunct law professor. Her blawg provides detailed discussion and assistance for attorneys contemplating going solo or otherwise dealing with solos.
My Shingle. Links and articles also for solo attorneys. A deep Web site in which one can get lost within its many relevant resources.
Computer & Tech Sites
The Mac Lawyer. Great posts on how to maximize the Mac OS for attorneys. It discusses hardware and software options and discusses the pros and cons of Mac versus PC.
Jim Calloway's Law Practice Tips Blog. Jim Calloway has great street credibility in the law practice management universe. His posts helping to run a smoother and streamlined law office are always relevant and informative.
LawBiz Blog. Ed Poll is the guru of making sure law practice functions as a business, maximizing profits while not sacrificing necessary quality or client satisfaction.
General Tech and Life Tips
Lifehacker. An all-purpose Web site covering tips and tricks for navigating life, from computer software to how to efficiently pack for a business trip.
43 folders. Getting Things Done guru Merlin Mann’s blog on personal productivity and ways to make life and work a little easier and more efficient.