Online billing and e-invoicing options for lawyers

In a recent The Indiana Lawyer article, I provided a brief overview of some online billing and e-invoicing options for lawyers and firms. This article supplemented a CLE presentation I gave recently. If you want, you can watch my slides from that presentation. Lawyers often leave legitimate time worked for clients on the table. The … Continue reading Online billing and e-invoicing options for lawyers

Wrapping your head(er) around your footer in Microsoft Word. 

The Indiana Lawyer recently posted an article I wrote regarding using headers and footers in Microsoft Word. I hope this helps you sort out this powerful but often confusing feature.  Know your head(er) from your foot(er) The header of a Microsoft Word document is the space at the top of your document. You can guess … Continue reading Wrapping your head(er) around your footer in Microsoft Word. 

Back to School Tech Tips

The Indiana Lawyer recently posted my article on being tech-ready for back to school. From the article: Some other ideas to get ready for back to school: Back up your device(s). There’s nothing worse than putting in all this electronic information and losing it due to an unforeseen event. Buy a portable battery charger for … Continue reading Back to School Tech Tips

A few thoughts on workflow planning

I recently wrote an article for the Indiana Lawyer with a few of my thoughts on workflow planning.  Here's the link. The article seeks to provide: three tips to help you “plan your work and work your plan” (Vince Lombardi): Track what you do and how you do it Review and reflect Draft a plan … Continue reading A few thoughts on workflow planning