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
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.
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
In a recent post for The Indiana Lawyer, I wrote about some strategies for goal setting in 2016. From the article: The location of the list [containing your goals] is not as important as removing the tendency to write the list and leave it buried on your desk. Simply keep the list in a place … Continue reading Goal Setting for 2016
Here's a link to my recent article published by the Indiana Lawyer suggesting 3 changes to make the next time you open Microsoft Word. What are your favorite Microsoft Word Defaults?
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
Here are some of my thoughts on workflow planning, as seen in the Indiana Lawyer. What tools/habits do you have for workflow planning?
Recent article I wrote for the Indiana Lawyer on some legal tech tips for catching up after snow days.
I recently had the privilege of writing an article for the Indiana Lawyer. The article includes my current thoughts on how much (or little) control you have over your data in the cloud. Here’s the link.