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Legal Tech Briefs: Law Firm Practice Management Tools

Legal Tech Briefs Law Firm Practice Management Tools

He went to school to be a lawyer and wound up as a technology consultant to law firms for the last 12 years. A little more than a decade ago, Craig Bayer finished school and went to work for a law firm, which coincidentally had just purchased LexisNexis® PCLaw® software for practice management.  Though at the time he had no ... Read More »

Law Firms: Soft Targets; Hard Truths

Law Firms Soft Targets Hard Truths

Note: This post was penned by Christopher Anderson and originally published in Attorney at Work in June 2014. Are law firms really a “soft underbelly” for hackers? Yes, according numerous legal security experts recent news reports. Several corporations are demanding law firms to take increased security measures to protect their businesses. So why are law firms on the hacker radar ... Read More »

Infographic Friday:  File Sharing Information in Law Firms

Infographic Friday File Sharing Information in Law Firms-header

Law firms are caught in a bit of a bind when it comes to file sharing.  On one hand clients demand an easy way to collaborate but on the other, the risks can be high. In a post titled, File Sharing by Lawyers Largely Insecure, Survey Suggests, legal luminary Bob Ambrogi wrote If I were to leave a document on ... Read More »

SlideShare Friday:  IT Best Practices for Small Law

IT Best Practices for Small Law

Technology was the top tactic for improving efficiency in the 2014 Law Firms in Transition flash survey by Altman Weil.  Sixty-percent of law firms reported using technology – to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. While that particular study is aimed a large law firms, there’s little doubt small law has much to gain from technology as well. For many small ... Read More »