Monthly Archives: July 2011

Ruby Receptionist Helps Attorney Defeat Bar Complaint

No attorney likes to talk about it, that ugly reminder that sometimes we make mistakes, or more often, that we can’t please every client. I’m speaking of bar complaints. Most any seasoned lawyer will tell you that it comes with the territory, and is nearly inevitable. That wasn’t any comfort when I got my first…

Alabama Ethics and Dropbox

This article won the SmallLaw Pick of the Week. SmallLaw is a free weekly email newsletter that provides helpful information for those who manage and work in small law firms. I’ve been a loyal Dropbox user for quite a while, and until recently I had no reason to end the love fest. That is until…

Google+ For Lawyers

Google recently released a beta program called Google +1 for a fortunate few to test. The program is a new social media platform, and invites were sent out in the past two weeks. The response was so positive that Google’s servers had to shut down, and only last week did the smoke clear enough to…

The More the Merrier with Dual Monitors

Today’s post is by guest blogger Stuart T. Ing, a bankruptcy attorney in Honolulu, Hawaii. You can follow his blog at his website, BankruptcyHi.com… Have you joined the multi-monitor revolution? If you haven’t, it’stime for you to join in. Why? For $150, you can double theamount of area you have to work on your computer….