Law Practice Management

The Tennessee Bar Association has a variety of resources and practical information on law office management issues available to help members better serve clients and practice more efficiently and effectively.

Below you will find the Practice Management Advisor Pipes Feed, brought to you by the Law Office Technology & Management Section of the Tennessee Bar Association. "PMA Pipes" is an RSS newsfeed that was designed by the ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center. It combines posts from the blogs of Practice Management Advisors from across the United States, as well as the ABA's Site-tation blog, into one convenient location. The blogs brought to you by this feed include: Law Practice Matters, Reid My Blog, Law Practice Tips, Law Practice Advisor, The Last Word, Thoughtful Legal Management, and Compujurist, among others.

Practice Management Advisor Pipes Feed

[Law Practice Matters] Why Siri (and Majel) Are Not the End of SEO for Lawyers
  Siri, the iPhone's wonderful new digital assistant, has made some waves since bursting on the scene. There are entire websites devoted to chronicling Siri's responses to weird questions; there was a bit of a kerfuffle over its apparently pro-life search results; and a few commentators have asserted that Siri is going to kill search engine optimization (SEO). Respectfully, I disagree with that last bit. At least as it applies to lawyers. Why? Because, fundamentally, I think hiring a...
[Law Practice Matters] Why Siri (and Majel) Are Not the End of SEO for Lawyers
  Siri, the iPhone's wonderful new digital assistant, has made some waves since bursting on the scene. There are entire websites devoted to chronicling Siri's responses to weird questions; there was a bit of a kerfuffle over its apparently pro-life search results; and a few commentators have asserted that Siri is going to kill search engine optimization (SEO). Respectfully, I disagree with that last bit. At least as it applies to lawyers. Why? Because, fundamentally, I think hiring a...
[Law Practice Matters] Why Siri (and Majel) Are Not the End of SEO for Lawyers
  Siri, the iPhone's wonderful new digital assistant, has made some waves since bursting on the scene. There are entire websites devoted to chronicling Siri's responses to weird questions; there was a bit of a kerfuffle over its apparently pro-life search results; and a few commentators have asserted that Siri is going to kill search engine optimization (SEO). Respectfully, I disagree with that last bit. At least as it applies to lawyers. Why? Because, fundamentally, I think hiring a...
[Law Practice Tips Blog] Ten essential classes of websites for lawyers
My recent Lawyers USA column covered Ten essential classes of websites for lawyers. You may know many of these, but feel free to forward the link to a lawyer you know who is not as current on Internet tools. I'll...
[Law Practice Matters] My New Favorite Free App: Caffeine for Mac OSX
We tend to spend most of our time focusing on the big stuff in life. I used to have a paralegal who was a tough as nails ex-Army guy fond of saying, "ya gotta fix what's killing ya first." Despite the obvious, if a bit alarming, wisdom of this advice, sometimes it's the little things in life that matter most: a courteous driver letting you merge into hellish traffic; a hand-written thank you note; Jon Stewart and the 2012 Republican primaries. That in mind, I am completely smitten with...
[Law Practice Matters] My New Favorite Free App: Caffeine for Mac OSX
We tend to spend most of our time focusing on the big stuff in life. I used to have a paralegal who was a tough as nails ex-Army guy fond of saying, "ya gotta fix what's killing ya first." Despite the obvious, if a bit alarming, wisdom of this advice, sometimes it's the little things in life that matter most: a courteous driver letting you merge into hellish traffic; a hand-written thank you note; Jon Stewart and the 2012 Republican primaries. That in mind, I am completely smitten with...
[Law Practice Matters] Put TripIt Pro in Your Travel Bag
I'm traveling today and tomorrow, heading up to Columbus, Ohio, to speak at the Ohio Bar Legal Technology Conference. When I travel for business, I have a few tools that I heavily rely on. First among them is TripIt. TripIt is a web-based application that helps keep even the perennially disorganized traveler on task - it provides a central place to store flight, hotel, rental car and other travel plans in a master itinerary available on your iPad, iPhone or Android phone. It also has an iCal...
[Compujurist] Guess Who the ABA TECHSHOW 2012 Keynote Is……
Using clues that will be supplied by the ABA, be one of the first 5 to correctly guess who the ABA TECHSHOW 2012 keynote speaker is and be entered int o a drawing for a discount on registration. A new clue will be posted daily until the first five correct guesses are made.
[Reid My Blog] 2011 Holiday Gift Guide for Lawyers
T’was the week of Thanksgiving and all through the land,  the season of giving was almost at hand. Many families with lawyers were full of despair, not knowing what to buy, just coming up with air. Then out of the East came a blog, bona fide, the annual lawyer’s holiday gift guide. For seven straight years it has brought peace and suggestions; to families looking for answers to their toughest gift questions. So here it is for all those in need, Again, courtesy of MyBlog named Reid.      2011 is...
[Compujurist] How do you squeeze more into a RT? Use a RT taxonomy.
Corresponding in 140 character messages can be a challenge not only for the person who tweets, but also for those that want to retweet the original message either in endorsement, disagreement or a simple "check this out." Bruce Carton of Legal Blog Watch suggested that twitter users adopt a taxonomy for retweets in his recent post The 'RT Taxonomy': Creating Different Flavors of Retweets detailing a suggestion by Ontario lawyer and blogger Antonin Pribetic, (who pens The Trial Warrior Blog)...