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Law Day Infographic:  Brief History of the Magna Carta

Law Day Infographic Brief History of the Magna Carta-header

Among all the people who have served as U.S. President, the majority had roots in the profession of law before rising to this nation’s top office.  President Eisenhower, who led the allied effort in Europe during World War II, is among the fewer that did not. Even so it was this former general who first established Law Day.  According to ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: 6 Types of Lawyers

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A week or two ago we spotted and interesting graphic created by Chris Hargreaves, lawyer at a large law firm in Queensland, Australia. Mr. Hargreaves, who pens a website called “Tips for Lawyers” writes that he has: identified six personality types that I’ve observed in my time on legal practice. They are not exclusive, nor are they designed to be self-contained. It ... Read More »

Friday Share:  Examining Legal Marketing Email Metrics

Examining Legal Marketing Email

Email marketing service Concep recently published a quarterly assessment of email marketing statistics that compares different service industries including legal:  Cross Industry Email Statistics. A representative from the company shared the data in the LexisNexis InterAction CRM group on LinkedIn, and we saw an opportunity to ask a few questions legal marketers might find helpful.  The answers, which were shared ... Read More »

Friday Share:  A Legal Billing Conference in Illustration

A Legal Billing and Finance Conference in Illustration

What happens in Las Vegas isn’t staying in Las Vegas – at least if it was captured in an illustration format.   A short while ago we published the LegalTech Show in Illustration and earned good feedback – there’s power in doodling. When it came time to host more than 100 law firm billing, accounting and finance professionals for the 2015 ... Read More »

YouTube Friday:  eDiscovery Explained Simply

YouTube Friday eDiscovery Explained Simply

The “e” in eDiscovery doesn’t stand for “easy” and some experts (like the video nearby) argue that eDiscovery is greater challenge for IT than it is for lawyers.  In its simple terms, eDiscovery is short hand for the process of turning unstructured data – sometimes staggering amounts of it – into something we can understand. YouTube is filled with resources ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  Social Media Use by Law Enforcement

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Last fall our sister division in LexisNexis Risk Solutions released a study – and an infographic — that might be of interest to our law firm clients practicing criminal defense law.  It’s this week’s Friday Share. The study – a survey of 496 law enforcement officials conducted through the online community PoliceOne.com – found that while social media is an ... Read More »

SlideShare Friday:  Small Law Cloud Best Practices

Cloud Best Practices for Small Law

The conversation about cloud computing for law firms has changed, according to a recent panel at LegalTech NY.  It’s no longer a question of is the cloud secure, but rather a question of how we can make it more secure. In order to improve on an idea, small law must have a baseline understanding of the cloud.  We recently spotted ... Read More »

Infographic Friday: Competition for Legal Marketing Online

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Years ago, when people needed services – an accountant, investment advice or an attorney – there was one place to go:  a commercial phone book.  Today, most people still turn to a single source of information, albeit a very different one, to find such services:  search engines Search engines are not limited by the finite number of pages in a ... Read More »

Friday Share: The LegalTech Show in Illustration

The LegalTech Show Illustrated

If pictures are worth a thousand words, doodling might be worth double or triple.  Last year, The Wall Street Journal reported on research identifying the effect of doodling on improving focus and memory: Recent research in neuroscience, psychology and design shows that doodling can help people stay focused, grasp new concepts and retain information. A blank page also can serve ... Read More »

Friday Share:  An Essential Guide for Lawyers in Social Media

Friday Share Essential Guide for Lawyers in Social Media

The online publication Attorney at Work recently published a free Lawyer’s Guide to Social Media Marketing. It’s an impressive piece of work that both breaks down results of a survey of its own readers and bundles a range of useful independent articles. These articles are quick reads and written by reputable personalities in the legal industry including Jared Correia, Gyi ... Read More »