I recently came across an interesting article titled "The Importance of Cybersecurity to the Legal Profession and Outsourcing as a Best Practice – Part One." The author, Ralph Losey, suggests that: [c]ybersecurity should be job number one for all attorneys. Why? Because we handle confidential computer data, usually secret information that belongs to our clients, … Continue reading Should lawyers outsource cyber security?
Frustrated with Microsoft Word? Attend my presentation at the 2014 ISBA Solo & Small Firm Conference for help. I'll be presenting a 1 hour NLS session attempting to solve common law office Microsoft Word problems. The presentation will address daily issues using Word in a law office setting. The format is Q&A along with live demonstrations … Continue reading Presentation: Microsoft Word Help For Lawyers
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Here are some of my thoughts on workflow planning, as seen in the Indiana Lawyer. What tools/habits do you have for workflow planning?
I am posting some of my most used note taking tools here. I've added links to where you can purchase the items. Please note that some of those links may be affiliate links (i.e., I get paid by Amazon when you click on the link and purchase the item). Moleskine small notebooks (quick thought capture) … Continue reading Note Taking
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.