Top technology tools and the security and efficiency questions that come along with them as firms across the country continue to work from home.
Remote work, a shift toward flexibility, better time management? How will the emergencies of the pandemic evolve into innovation for the legal industry?
One legal professional shares her top tools and time-tested tricks for working effectively in today’s law firm, managing documents, tracking time, and more.
More information around editing and collaborating, using electronic signatures, and tips for working with digital documents effectively.
Get an inside look into the ins and outs of eFiling, including signatures, rejections, fees, and more.
No matter which videoconferencing tool you use, here are some potential issues to be aware of and some solutions to try out to keep your meetings smooth.
Check out these helpful how-tos and step-by-step guides to help you stay sane while collaborating on, sharing, and filing digital documents.
The better you present the more cache you’ll build among your co-workers and employers. Here are our top tips for nailing your next presentation.
Becoming an expert in a particular area of law is one of the best ways you can improve competence and set you and your firm apart. Add value to what you do in your law firm by becoming an expert at something.
Communication can make or break relationships in the legal industry. It might be time to consider how specific tools can help to support your efforts. Here are some ways to improve communication at your law firm.
In today’s digital age, the decrease in human engagement and growing popularity of virtual staffing has made it harder than ever to effectively communicate with colleagues. Here are some best practices to enhance communication at your firm:
Making original documents accessible in digital format makes it possible to eFile and otherwise manage beyond the filing cabinet. Here are the best practices for converting your scanned file for eFiling:
Creating a form that others can fill out online can be a little tricky unless you have the proper tools and know-how. Here is everything you need to know about creating fillable and shareable forms in Word and PDF.
Currently, 36 states have adopted the duty of technology competence. While there may be some biases and challenges, there are several reasons that support the value of tech training and for continuing education programs in a firm.
Social media is changing how legal pros recruit, locate and investigate witnesses, connect with industry influencers, interact with prospects and clients and much more. However, many aren’t sure exactly how they should pursue this new way of practice law. Here are the most popular platforms they use, along with practical tips for making the most of them.
Technology has been a great improvement in the practice of law, but it can also be a liability as far as attorney-client privilege. Attorneys and law firms should use this caution as an opportunity to safeguard and bolster their security to better represent their clients.