Category Archives: law

My First Article Published in TechnoLawyer’s Smalllaw Column

Recently I was hired as a freelance columnist for TechnoLawyer. Below is my first column published in Smalllaw: The excerpt below is from my column published in TechnoLawyer’s popular SmallLaw newsletter for small law firms. In November 2009 I hung my shingle, and by some miracle I’m still in practice! The folks who publish SmallLaw…

Law Office Digital Workflow for Dummies

From time to time I'm asked how I took my office paperless. And sometimes I'm also asked why! Admittedly the latter question usually comes from those members of the bar I lovingly refer to as the "dictaphone crowd", but the answer is usually the same – convenience. I could wax poetic about the need for…

Review: Time Master + Billing Sync Module

As you've read before, I'm a die-hard supporter of On Core's time keeping and invoicing app known as Time Master + Billing. I use it everyday and I don't exaggerate when I say that without it I would lose money, time, and clients. The app is the sole means by which I keep track of…

Review: Flipboard for IPad

I’ve had the iPad 2 for 24 hours now, and I have to say that it has met, and exceeded, all of my expectations. The one app that has truly made the device a joy is the Flipboard app for IPad http://www.apple.com/ipad/from-the-app-store/pages.html. For those of you, like me, who must live under a rock, Flipboard…

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles – All Worth it for the IPad 2!

I had decided that an iPad would really help my paperless office. Dropbox on my iPhone is not terribly practical, and apparently improper courtroom etiquette judging by the angry stares of, well, the judges! I came to this realization the day the iPad 2 was announced when I learned if had two cameras added. I…