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Using Technology to Offset the Five Biggest Challenges facing Solo and Small Law Firms

March 25, 2020


A few years ago, there was a survey of solo and small law firms (of 30 attorneys or less). It ranked the biggest challenges faced by these practices in the following order: 1. Acquiring new client business (78%) 2. Spending too much time on administrative tasks (69%) 3. The increasing complexity of technology (63%) 4. Cost control […]

  • March 25, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips for Lawyers #23 – A Screenshot is Worth a 1,000 Words?

March 12, 2020


You know the old saying…a picture is worth a thousand words? Yeah well, so is a screenshot. On this edition of Stupid Simple Tips, we’re learning the super-quick way to get a screenshot, edit (if needed) and send. This is useful when documenting processes, asking for feedback on something you’re working on, graphic design and […]

  • March 12, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips for Lawyers #22 – Magical Navigation Tip

March 12, 2020


Do you still minimize each window manually with that little yellow button and moving windows around to you can get to the one you need? Really!? You’re killing me smalls! (Let’s learn a quicker way) Well, in this week’s Stupid Simple Tips, you’ll see why this practice should’ve been left behind in the stone ages. […]

  • March 12, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips for Lawyers #21 – 80/20 Web Browser Tab Trick

March 5, 2020


If you’re like most lawyers I work with, chances are the 20-30 tabs I often have open on my browser doesn’t even compare your usage. In fact, my long-time client – and friend – high-profile civil-rights litigation attorney Subodh Chandra knows this struggle all too well—often with dozens upon dozens open at a time. Trying to find […]

  • March 5, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips for Lawyers #20 – About that mess on your Desktop

March 5, 2020


This week we’re here to talk about your Mac’s Desktop. Specifically, the chaotic mess of files littered there. You might not realize the impact, but it robs you of your time as you painstakingly read the name of each and every file as you search for what you need. Let’s improve this with some quick […]

  • March 5, 2020