Posted Nov 16, 2009 11:12 pm CST
A deluge of information is distracting many lawyers from the important work on which they need to focus.
But there are ways to reduce the information overload. Among them: Delegating initial e-mail review to others and doing nonessential reading on the train to and from work, explains the Law Firm Partnership & Benefits Report.
Also, by figuring out when—and where—he or she works most productively, an attorney can make arrangements to shelter that segment of the day from unnecessary interruptions.
For more tips, read the full article.