The ABA Law Practice Division publishes innovative books focused on practice management, marketing, finance, and technology. See below for suggestions for further reading from each TECHSHOW CLE session and visit the LP Bookstore centrally located on the lower level.

 

Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Ernie Svenson
Most lawyers now encounter PDFs, and many own Adobe Acrobat–the most widely used software for working with PDFs. But most attorneys are confused about how to work efficiently with PDFs. Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers is written for lawyers and legal professionals who want to be more organized by making better use of PDFs.

Featured in the following sessions: Safely and Securely Negotiate Documents ElectronicallyCreating, Manipulating and Securing PDF Files in Your Law Office

 

Alternative Fees for Business Lawyers and Their Clients

By: Mark Robertson
How are you and your law firm addressing this threat to the billable hour? Alternative Fees for Business Lawyers and Their Clients addresses how large firm, small firm, and solo lawyers can implement and evaluate alternative fee arrangements in transactional matters. This essential guide also provides real case studies of business lawyers and firms successfully using alternative fee arrangements to deliver value to both the clients and the lawyers.

Featured in the following session: Using and Tracking Alternative Fee Agreements

 

Alternative Fees for Litigators and Their Clients

By: Patrick Lamb
The use of non-hourly fee arrangements by lawyers and the demand for those arrangements by clients is increasing. This book addresses how attorneys can implement and evaluate alternative fee arrangements in litigation matters. Written by a trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience, this guide offers lessons and practical tips on alternative fee arrangements.

Featured in the following session: Using and Tracking Alternative Fee Agreements

 

Anatomy of a Law Firm Merger: How to Make–or Break–the Deal, Third Edition

By: Hildebrandt International
This edition shares what you need to consider when contemplating a merger. It features a financial perspective for today’s changing financial picture and a discussion of the economic balance sheet to help quantify the value each firm brings to the merger. In addition, there is all-new material on integrating hard assets into the merger.

Featured in the following session: When Law Firms Merge

 

Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Daniel J. Siegel
Lawyers are already using Android devices to make phone calls, check e-mail, and send text messages but Android smartphones or tablets can also help run a law practice. This book highlights the “best of the best” apps that will allow you to practice law from your mobile device. In just one hour, this book will describe how to buy, install, and update Android apps, and more.

Featured in the following session: The Best in Mobile Apps for IOS and Android

 

Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Ernie Svenson
Lawyers in any size firm can reach a global audience at little to no cost with a blog. An effective blog can help you promote your practice, become more “findable” online, and take charge of how you are perceived by clients, journalists, and beyond. Learn how to create, maintain, and improve a legal blog–and gain new business opportunities along the way.

Featured in the following sessions: Effective Ways to Communicate with Email Newsletters, E-Books and Blogs

 

Checklists for Lawyers

By: Daniel Siegel, Molly Gilligan, Pamela Myers
Many of us rely on checklists to get through the day. This guide takes the process of using checklists a step further by showing you how to create systems for your everyday law practice to ensure that tasks get done correctly every time. A checklist will help you deal with an overwhelming amount of information that must be applied at just the right moment to reach a favorable outcome for your client.

Featured in the following session: The Devil Is In The Details – How to Map and Fix Processes

 

Cloud Computing for Lawyers

By: Nicole Black
As more businesses move their IT systems into the cloud, lawyers need to ask if cloud computing is right for their firm. This book features a discussion of cloud computing fundamentals, an overview of legal cloud computing products, and step-by-step instructions for implementing cloud computing in your practice–including practical tips for securing your data. This book is an essential resource for attorneys seeking to make an informed decision about adopting cloud computing.

Featured in the following session: Your Office, Don’t Leave Home Without It

 

Connecting with Your Client: Success Through Improved Client Communication Techniques, Second Edition

 

By: Noelle C. Nelson
With the greater communication afforded by the internet, excellent service no longer just means winning your client’s case. It now includes how legal expertise is actually delivered to the client. This book gives you the persuasive tools for achieving greater client satisfaction through improved communication.

Featured in the following session: Can You Hear Me Now? Improving Internal/External Communication Through Process and Technology

 

Creating an Online Publishing Strategy for Law Firms

By: Jordan Furlong and Steve Matthews
A publishing strategy is the critical link between a law firm’s business development and content marketing effort. A strategic framework is the best way to maximize the effectiveness, satisfaction, and measurable results of your firm’s publishing efforts.

Featured in the following sessions: Making It Rain: How Technology Can Boost Your Marketing EffortsStart from Scratch: 5 Essential Tools to Market Your Practice for GrowthEffective Ways to Communicate with Email Newsletters, E-Books and Blogs

 

Electronic Discovery for Small Cases

By: Bruce A Olson and Tom O’Connor
As organizations create increasing amounts of digital data, electronic discovery costs for lawyers skyrocket. For firms with limited technology budgets, e-discovery can be challenging. This book offers effective, budget-friendly solutions for collecting, viewing, and analyzing electronic evidence that will benefit any litigator, including an extensive overview of e-discovery techniques and reviews of software products.

Featured in the following sessions: E-Discovery Case Law UpdateE-Discovery from the Mobile to the Cloud to Social Media

 

Encryption Made Simple for Lawyers

By: David G. Ries, John Simek, and Sharon D Nelson
Data breaches have become a common occurrence, and hackers cannot only get confidential details about a case or deal, but steal your client’s information as well. Fortunately, easy-to-use options are available today for encryption.

Featured in the following sessions: A Fool and His Data Are Easily Parted: Fundamentals of Data ProtectionDrastic Times Call for Drastic Measure: Securing Client, Colleague and Co-Counsel Communications

 

Evernote® as a Law Practice Tool

By: Heidi Alexander

Looking for a simple and cost-effective way to organize your practice? Evernote is a memory aid for just about everything you do. Say goodbye to hours spent searching for meeting notes or that to-do list you think you put in your briefcase, and say hello to the single program where you can access important data with the click of a button and save important information wherever and whenever you need.

Featured in the following session: Evernote as a Law Practice Tool

 

Facebook® in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Allison C. Shields and Dennis Kennedy
Lawyers are missing a major opportunity if they do not consider the business possibilities of their Facebook® accounts. With a few simple steps, lawyers can harness Facebook® to market their services, grow their practices, and expand their legal network–all by using the same methods they already use to communicate with friends and family. This book will show any attorney how to use this powerful tool for both professional and personal purposes.

Featured in the following session: Making It Rain: How Technology Can Boost Your Marketing Efforts

 

Flying Solo, Fifth Edition: A Survival Guide for the Solo and Small Firm Lawyer

By: K William Gibson
This guide to establishing and maintaining a successful solo law practice includes practical information gathered from a wide range of contributors, including successful solo practitioners, law firm consultants, state and local bar practice management advisors, and law school professors. If you’re thinking about going solo, Flying Solo provides answers to real-life questions.

Featured in the following session: The Full Monty – Everything A New Solo Needs for Their Law Office

 

How to Do More in Less Time: The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity and Improving Your Bottom Line

By: Allison C. Shields and Daniel J. Siegel
Many lawyers work long hours and still do not have enough time to complete all their work–let alone tackle the business aspects of their job, such as marketing, business development, or strategic planning. It’s a common problem and learning how to juggle the work and manage the extras can be overwhelming for the new or seasoned lawyer. This book is a valuable resource to help you learn strategies for taking control of your day and become more productive.

Featured in the following sessions: Easily Distracted? Harness Tech To Be More Efficient and Avoid Distractions, Put Your Pedal to the Metal and Learn the Getting Things Done®, (GTD®), MethodologyIt’s Time to Stop Turning a Blind Eye and Take Control of Your Email

 

Internet Branding for Lawyers: Building the Client-Centered Website

By: Jeffery W. Lantz
An effective law firm brand and a compelling website are two of the most critical aspects of law firm marketing. How can attorneys create an effective brand and website that will deliver new clients? What works well, and what aspects of the “traditional” website approach used by most firms should be avoided? This book provides step-by-step direction on how to develop a solid brand and website that will attract the clients your firm desires.

Featured in the following session: Making It Rain: How Technology Can Boost Your Marketing Efforts

 

Internet Legal Research on a Budget

By: Carole A Levitt and Judy Davis
With cost-conscious clients scrutinizing legal bills, lawyers cannot afford to depend on expensive legal research databases, especially when reliable free resources are available. Internet Legal Research on a Budget will help you quickly find the best free or low-cost resources online and use them for your research needs. The authors share the top websites, apps, blogs, Twitter feeds, and crowdsourced resources that will save you time, money, and frustration during the legal research process.

Featured in the following sessions: Affordable Alternatives for Legal Research

 

iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Thomas L. Mighell
At last count, there were more than 80,000 apps available for the iPad. Finding the best apps often can be an overwhelming, confusing, and frustrating process. iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers provides the “best of the best” apps that are essential for any law practice. In just one hour, you will learn about the apps most worthy of your time and attention. This book will describe how to buy, install, and update iPad apps, and much more.

Featured in the following sessions: iPads in Practice, The Best in Mobile Apps for IOS and Android

 

iPad in One Hour for Lawyers, Third Edition

By: Thomas L. Mighell
This book will help attorneys get more out of their iPad. Ideal for lawyers who want to get up to speed fast, this acclaimed book presents the essentials so you don’t get bogged down in technical jargon and extraneous features and apps. Also included: a listing of the top ten apps for lawyers, security advice, dozens of keyboard and browser tips and shortcuts, and much more!

Featured in the following sessions: iPads in Practice, The Best in Mobile Apps for IOS and Android

 

iPad in One Hour for Litigators, Second Edition

By: Thomas L. Mighell
iPads have changed the way attorneys present their cases in the courtroom, at mediation, and beyond. But tablet technology changes quickly. What was cutting-edge just months ago could now be outdated enough to damage your case. This updated and revised edition of bestselling ABA author and iPad expert Tom Mighell’s iPad in One Hour for Litigators will help you stay informed on the latest hardware and apps that will ensure your iPad is a powerful legal tool.

Featured in the following session: iPads in Practice

 

Legal Project Management in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Doug Richardson and Pam Woldow
Legal clients are responding to today’s unprecedented financial pressures by demanding better predictability, cost-effectiveness and communication from their outside legal service providers. This book provides practical skills and methods for improving efficiency, keeping budgets under control, building strong working relationships with clients, and maximizing profitability.

Featured in the following session: But I’m a Lawyer Not a Project Manager

 

Lessons Learned: Practical Ethics for Busy Lawyers

By: Kevin W. Dornan
A law practice can pose many different ethical problems, and while the Rules of Professional Conduct can tell an attorney generally what is and isn’t ethical, they don’t offer substantive best practices for dealing with these real-life issues. This book explores these issues and puts the focus on practicing ethics in simple, everyday ways.

Featured in the following session: Bringing in the Money – Ethical Guidance for Receiving Payments by Credit Card and Other Modern Payment Systems

 

Limited Scope Legal Services: Unbundling and the Self-Help Client

By: Stephanie L. Kimbro
By providing representation for a clearly defined portion of your client’s legal needs, such as preparing a legal document or making limited court appearances, you can market your practice to an entirely new client base, giving your firm a competitive advantage. This unique book provides all lawyers with practical, tested solutions for setting up unbundling practices in their firms.

Featured in the following session: Unbundled Legal Services: The Benefits for Clients and Attorneys

 

LinkedIn® in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition

By: Allison C. Shields and Dennis Kennedy
This bestselling ABA book has been fully revised and updated to reflect significant changes to LinkedIn’s layout and functionality made through 2013. LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition, will help lawyers make the most of their online professional networking.

Featured in the following session: Making It Rain: How Technology Can Boost Your Marketing Efforts

 

 

Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Lawyers, Second Edition

By: David G. Ries, John Simek, and Sharon D Nelson
With quickly advancing technology to prevent, detect and respond to intrusions and ever-evolving threats, keeping up on the latest information you need to protect your confidential data can be a daunting task. The second edition of Locked Down is the answer to this challenge. Authors Sharon D. Nelson, David G. Ries, and John W. Simek are recognized experts in cybersecurity, and their lectures draw standing-room-only crowds. They give you the data security basics you need in simple, easy-to-understand language. You can manage your risk by following the practical advice provided in this book.

Featured in the following sessions: A Fool and His Data Are Easily Parted: Fundamentals of Data ProtectionBusiness Continuity and Disaster Planning In a Digital WorldResponse Readiness and RemediationDrastic Times Call for Drastic Measure: Securing Client, Colleague and Co-Counsel CommunicationsBeyond Encryption: Protecting Your Assets Everywhere and All the Time

 

Microsoft® Office 365 for Lawyers

By: Ben M. Schorr
Since Microsoft® launched Office 365 in 2011, its popularity with small and midsized law firms has skyrocketed. Even large firms have been transitioning to Office 365 in droves as their legacy systems age. Microsoft® Office 365 for Lawyers answers—in plain English—all of the common questions that lawyers ask when they’re considering if they should migrate their firms to Office 365. Written specifically for lawyers by a twenty-year veteran of legal technology, this essential book offers guidance on how to set up, manage, and migrate your firm to Office 365.

Featured in the following sessions: How Using Microsoft Styles Can Help You Create More Persuasive Legal DocumentsYou Own It, Now Use It! Top Excel Spreadsheets for LawyersOneNote – Your One Stop Shop for Notes and MoreMaximizing the Utility of Microsoft OutlookOffice 365 – Benefits, Risks and Comparison to Google Apps for Business

 

Microsoft® OneNote in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition

By: Ben M. Schorr
Upgrade your practice from the yellow legal notepad with Microsoft® OneNote. With this guide, you will learn how to use OneNote in your law practice to save time and increase productivity. Microsoft® OneNote in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition explains, step by step, how to get started with the software, develop best practices, and become more effective in note-taking and research.

Featured in the following session: OneNote – Your One Stop Shop for Notes and More,

 

 

Nonlegal Careers for Lawyers, Fifth Edition

By: Ellen S. Wayne and William D. Henslee
Perhaps you are a law student who realizes that practicing law is not what you want to do. Or maybe you are a practicing lawyer who no longer feels satisfied with your work. If you feel it’s time for a change, this newly revised guidebook will show you what you can do with your law degree, besides practice law. More importantly, this book will illustrate how to use your legal skills to rise above the competition.

Featured in the following session: Alternative Uses for Your Law Degree

 

Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Donna S. Neff and Sheila M. Blackford
The legal community is notorious for generating paper–and lots of it. But lawyers can save time and money by transitioning to a paperless office. Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers will show even the most committed paper devotees how to run their law offices digitally.

Featured in the following session: How to Finally Give Paper Its Marching Orders and Manage a Paperless Matter

 

 

PowerPoint® in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Paul J. Unger
The difference between a successful presentation and an unsuccessful one can often be traced to a presenter’s use–or misuse–of PowerPoint®. PowerPoint® in One Hour for Lawyers offers practical advice for creating effective presentations quickly and easily. PowerPoint® expert and attorney Paul Unger will help you avoid mishaps and develop a compelling presentation using storyboarding techniques.

Featured in the following sessions: Microsoft Office: Just the Facts Jack!A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

 

Results-Oriented Financial Management, Third Edition

By: John G. Iezzi
Strong financial management helps law firms profit in the good times and weather the bad ones but it also takes time and effort. Finding the time during a busy day can be challenging, and for many firms, hiring an expensive CFO is out of the question. Nationally-recognized expert John Iezzi covers every aspect of the financial management process, from gathering a firm’s historical data, to preparing and analyzing the overall financial plan. Whether you’re a financial novice or veteran manager, this book will help you examine every facet of your financial affairs from cash flow and budget creation to billing and compensation.

Featured in the following sessions: Going From Reactive to Proactive – Technology and Business Planning for a Law FirmBringing in the Money – Ethical Guidance for Receiving Payments by Credit Card and Other Modern Payment Systems

 

Succeeding as Outside Counsel

By: Rod Boddie
The delivery of quality legal services requires that lawyers function as customer service representatives as well as legal technicians. Succeeding as Outside Counsel provides outside counsel with practical guidance on how to improve the level of service they provide and how to deepen their relationships with their clients—all from a client’s perspective. This essential guide will discuss how outside counsel have excelled, where they have fallen short, and what they need to do to serve the comprehensive needs of the client by adding value that goes far beyond any individual matter.

Featured in the following session: Going the Extra Mile: Using Client Data To Improve Client Service, Loyalty AND Raise Revenue

 

The 2017 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide

By: John Simek, Michael Maschke, and Sharon D Nelson
This annual guide is the only one of its kind written to help solo and small firm lawyers find the best technology for their dollar. You’ll find the most current information and recommendations on computers, servers, networking equipment, legal software, printers, security products, smartphones, tablets, and anything else a law office might need. It’s written in clear, easily understandable language to make implementation easier if you choose to do it yourself, or use it in conjunction with your IT consultant. Either way, you’ll learn how to make technology work for you.

Featured in the following sessions: Going From Reactive to Proactive – Technology and Business Planning for a Law FirmTechnology in Your Practice: Cost Effective PurchasesWrap It Up – Get Remaining Questions Answered & Build Your Technology Plan, The Full Monty – Everything A New Solo Needs for Their Law OfficeWhat’s Your Priority? Where To Spend When Your Needs Exceed Your BudgetBusiness Continuity and Disaster Planning In a Digital WorldResponse Readiness and Remediation

 

The Electronic Evidence and Discovery Handbook: Forms, Checklists and Guidelines

By: Bruce A. Olson, John Simek, and Sharon D Nelson
This book provides templates needed to develop an effective e-discovery strategy, and to frame appropriate e-discovery requests. The authors also bring you up to speed in the e-discovery field and provide more than 70 forms and checklists you need.

Featured in the following sessions: E-Discovery Case Law UpdateE-Discovery from the Mobile to the Cloud to Social Media

 

The Legal Side of Blogging for Lawyers

By: Ruth Barras Carter
Anyone with a blog should understand the legal implications of publishing their thoughts on the internet. Written by a blogger for bloggers, The Legal Side of Blogging for Lawyers addresses the full scope of legal issues that accompany blogging, including intellectual property, criminal law, employment law, professional conduct, and much more. In this book, experienced attorney Ruth Carter explains your rights as a blogger, discusses real-life examples of what can go wrong, and offers advice about how to avoid the common legal pitfalls of blogging.

Featured in the following session: Effective Ways to Communicate with Email Newsletters, E-Books and Blogs

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat, Third Edition

By: David Masters
This book focuses on the ways lawyers can benefit from using Adobe® Acrobat 8, to create Portable Document Format (PDF) files. PDF files are reliable, easy-to-use, electronic files for sharing, reviewing, filing, and archiving documents across diverse applications, business processes, and platforms.

Featured in the following sessions: Safely and Securely Negotiate Documents ElectronicallyCreating, Manipulating and Securing PDF Files in Your Law Office

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2010

By: Ben M. Schorr
Outlook is the most used application in Microsoft® Office, but are you using it to your greatest advantage? The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2010 is the only guide written specifically for lawyers to help you be more productive, more efficient and more successful. More than just email, Outlook is also a powerful task, contact, and scheduling manager that will improve your practice. From helping you log and track phone calls, meetings, and correspondence to archiving closed case material in one easy-to-store location, this book unlocks the secrets of “underappreciated” features that you will use every day.

Featured in the following sessions: Maximizing the Utility of Microsoft OutlookIt’s Time to Stop Turning a Blind Eye and Take Control of Your Email

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013

By: Ben M. Schorr
Take control of your e-mail, calendar, to-do list, and more with The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013. This essential guide summarizes the most important new features in the newest version of Microsoft® Outlook and provides practical tips that will promote organization and productivity in your law practice.

Featured in the following sessions: Maximizing the Utility of Microsoft OutlookIt’s Time to Stop Turning a Blind Eye and Take Control of Your EmailMicrosoft Office: Just the Facts Jack!

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Word 2010

By: Ben M. Schorr
This handy reference includes clear explanations, legal-specific descriptions, and time-saving tips for getting the most out of it all and customizing it for the needs of today’s legal professional. Focusing on the tools and features that are essential for lawyers in their everyday practice, this publication explains the key components to help make you more effective, efficient, and successful.

Featured in the following session: How Using Microsoft Styles Can Help You Create More Persuasive Legal Documents

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Word 2013

By: Ben M. Schorr
This helpful reference includes legal-specific descriptions and time-saving tips to get the most out of Microsoft® Word®. Focusing on the tools and features that are essential for lawyers in their everyday practice, this book explains in detail the key components to help make you more effective, efficient, and successful.

Featured in the following sessions: How Using Microsoft Styles Can Help You Create More Persuasive Legal DocumentsMicrosoft Office: Just the Facts Jack!

 

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Marketing on the Internet, Fourth Edition

By: Gregory H. Siskind and Deborah McMurray
Transform your website, email, social media, and overall online marketing strategy! Get closer to your target prospects and clients in ways that are proven and meaningful to buyers of legal services. Choose a mix of tools that will measurably move the needle using this advice.

Featured in the following sessions: Making It Rain: How Technology Can Boost Your Marketing EffortsStart from Scratch: 5 Essential Tools to Market Your Practice for Growth

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to PCLaw® Software

By: Steven J. Best
Finding the right organizational tools can take all the hardship out of running a practice, and PCLaw® is a great time, billing, accounting and practice management software. This book gives you the knowledge you need to take control of your practice with maximum results.

Featured in the following sessions: What’s on first? Practice, Case, Document Management or Something Else?How to Capture More Time [Accurately] with Timekeeping Tech

 

The Lawyer’s Guide to Strategic Planning

By: Michael L, Hudkins and Thomas C, Grella
This resource is your guide to planning dynamic strategic plans. You’ll find specific suggestions on strategic planning for any firm. You’ll learn about the actual planning process and how to establish goals in key areas such as law firm governance, competition, financial management, technology, marketing and competitive intelligence, and client development and retention.

Featured in the following session: Going From Reactive to Proactive – Technology and Business Planning for a Law Firm

 

Trust Accounting in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Sheila M Blackford
This practical how-to book will guide you quickly from opening your lawyer trust account to properly using it and providing accurate, timely accountings to your clients. This publication shares common sense advice to help busy lawyers and their staff safely and sanely adopt best practices and avoid ethical violations.

Featured in the following session: Bringing in the Money – Ethical Guidance for Receiving Payments by Credit Card and Other Modern Payment Systems

 

Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers

By: Jared Correia
More lawyers than ever before are using Twitter to network with colleagues, attract clients, market their law firms, and even read the news. But to the uninitiated, Twitter’s short messages, or tweets, can seem like they are written in a foreign language. Twitter in One Hour for Lawyers will demystify one of the most important social-media platforms of our time and teach you to tweet like an expert.

Featured in the following session: Making It Rain: How Technology Can Boost Your Marketing Efforts

 

Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Legal Services Online, Second Edition

By: Stephanie L. Kimbro
Virtual law firms have revolutionized the delivery of legal services, lowering costs as well as evening the playing field. Whether you are a large law firm or a solo practitioner, there are business models of delivering legal services online that can bring your law practice up to speed. The revised and updated Virtual Law Practice will help you take advantage of this fast-growing market.

Featured in the following session: Using Web Tools to Deliver Legal Services

 

Winning Alternatives to the Billable Hour, Third Edition

By: James Andrew Calloway and Mark A. Robertson
This publication provides you with tools you can use to implement and evaluate alternative billing methods, including real case studies of lawyers and firms successfully using alternative billing to deliver value to both the client and the lawyer. In addition to sample agreements, forms, proposals, and client letters, you’ll find many additional topics.

Featured in the following session: Using and Tracking Alternative Fee Agreements

 

WordPress® in One Hour for Lawyers: How to Create a Website for Your Law Firm

By: Jennifer Ellis
Law firms without websites are placing themselves at a great disadvantage compared with the competition. Even if you feel you receive the majority of your clients through referrals, a website provides the opportunity for those potential clients to learn about you and your firm. This book will explain how to get create your firm’s website quickly and easily with WordPress® software.

Featured in the following session: Effective Ways to Communicate with Email Newsletters, E-Books and Blogs

 

Worldox in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition

By: John Heckman
Never lose another document or waste valuable time searching for one. Learn how to organize your documents, e-mails, PDF files, presentations, and more with Worldox software. The author reveals what Worldox will do for your firm—and how to customize its features for the specific needs of your practice.

Featured in the following sessions: What’s on first? Practice, Case, Document Management or Something Else?How to Capture More Time [Accurately] with Timekeeping Tech

 

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