Tag Archive: productivity

Paper at Odds With Your Paperless Office?

I have yet to run across an attorney who flat out rejects my paperless workflow as tomfoolery. Many will voice fears of losing something in the computer (maybe), or in the cloud (unlikely), but I’ve yet to be deemed a heretic for my choice of firm management. More often than not it’s impressive to my…

TomorrowLand and the Paperless Trial

A question that constantly comes to mind when the legal community discusses the paperless law office is what happens when a case goes to trial? Jurors like to touch evidence – to feel it. Let’s not forget the best evidence rule either. That poses a problem for lawyers like myself who prefer to run through…

Use Docstoc for Creating Your Paperless Document Library

The IPad is a perfect compliment to a paperless office. In essence your iPad is to your desk what a scanner is to your files. I suck at analogies so just go with it! Since starting my firm a month after passing the bar by myself I quickly learned that not only did I know…

Alabama Lawyers: Let DocketSync Do the Heavy Calendar Lifting

Today’s post is geared toward my colleagues here in the Heart of Dixie. I’m going to let y’all in on a little known software program that will pull your court dates set on Alacourt and sync them to your office calendar. It’s called Docket Sync, and it’s a closely guarded secret judging by how difficult…

My Argument Against Practice Management Software

A lot of attorneys won’t like what I have to say on this topic, either because they believe they couldn’t run their office without practice management software, or they’re in too deep financially with a vendor to admit it’s not worth it. Whatever the reason I’m sure these words will fall on a lot of…