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The Droid Lawyer on Law Firms and Technology Leverage

The Droid Lawyer on Technology Leverage

Lawyers can’t just get by with a basic understanding of technology, says Jeffrey Taylor, an attorney in Oklahoma who has been managing a small law practice for about six years. Full-time Mr. Taylor runs Absolute Legal Services, LLC and part-time he pens a law blog called The Droid Lawyer, which is a fantastic resource for lawyers interested in tapping the ... Read More »

Independent Attorney’s Guide to the #ABATECHSHOW

techshow independent attorney

The ABA TECHSHOW is uniquely suited to the independent attorney in small law firm. The schedule of sessions, the commentary from previous shows, our own experience, and even some of the show’s own statistics all point in this direction. Statistics from a prospectus to potential exhibitors finds: 58% of attendees have a tech budget between $1,000-$10,000 28% of attendees have ... Read More »

5 Posts Reflecting on Last Year’s ABA TECHSHOW

ABA TECHSHOW

The ABA TECHSHOW is gearing up to open its doors later this month. In preparation, there’s an app posted for attendees using iOS, the show’s blog is posting news and announcements, the Twitter handle for the show is in full swing, and the hashtag, #ABATECHSHOW is heating up – complete with promoted tweets. As we did with LegalTech, we’ve searched ... Read More »