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] Sunday Evening Streaming: Miracle on 34th Street
 It's a week until Christmas, and if you are not totally Christmased out, there's a few decent holiday flicks streaming on Netflix. My choice tonight is Miracle on 34th Street - the 1947 version with Maureen O'Hara and Natalie Wood. An added bonus for lawyers: Miracle on 34th Street features one of the all-time great courtroom movie scenes when the Post Office delivers Santa's mail. Who can't summon up a little love for a movie where a lawyer saves Santa Claus? Natalie Wood is adorable,...
[Law Practice Matters] Sunday Evening Streaming: Miracle on 34th Street
 It's a week until Christmas, and if you are not totally Christmased out, there's a few decent holiday flicks streaming on Netflix. My choice tonight is Miracle on 34th Street - the 1947 version with Maureen O'Hara and Natalie Wood. An added bonus for lawyers: Miracle on 34th Street features one of the all-time great courtroom movie scenes when the Post Office delivers Santa's mail. Who can't summon up a little love for a movie where a lawyer saves Santa Claus? Natalie Wood is adorable,...
[Law Practice Matters] Sunday Evening Streaming: Miracle on 34th Street
 It's a week until Christmas, and if you are not totally Christmased out, there's a few decent holiday flicks streaming on Netflix. My choice tonight is Miracle on 34th Street - the 1947 version with Maureen O'Hara and Natalie Wood. An added bonus for lawyers: Miracle on 34th Street features one of the all-time great courtroom movie scenes when the Post Office delivers Santa's mail. Who can't summon up a little love for a movie where a lawyer saves Santa Claus? Natalie Wood is adorable,...
[Law Practice Matters] Saturday Stuff You May Have Missed
While you were busy working this week, you may have missed some interesting legal technology stuff on the web. Here are some links to get you caught up: Wolfram Alpha is a cool search engine - but did you know you could use it to create a password, create a QR code, or tell you how much college tuition is going to cost in a few years? Check out 10 Fun and Interesting Things to to with Wolfram Alpha from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog. There was an interesting article in Fast Company about Why...
[Law Practice Matters] Saturday Stuff You May Have Missed
While you were busy working this week, you may have missed some interesting legal technology stuff on the web. Here are some links to get you caught up: Wolfram Alpha is a cool search engine - but did you know you could use it to create a password, create a QR code, or tell you how much college tuition is going to cost in a few years? Check out 10 Fun and Interesting Things to to with Wolfram Alpha from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog. There was an interesting article in Fast Company about Why...
[Law Practice Matters] Saturday Stuff You May Have Missed
While you were busy working this week, you may have missed some interesting legal technology stuff on the web. Here are some links to get you caught up: Wolfram Alpha is a cool search engine - but did you know you could use it to create a password, create a QR code, or tell you how much college tuition is going to cost in a few years? Check out 10 Fun and Interesting Things to to with Wolfram Alpha from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog. There was an interesting article in Fast Company about Why...
[Just Oregon Lawyers Blog] Gifts Aplenty
Here in Oregon, new lawyers are beginning their professional life working with their new mentors according to the desired goals of Oregon’s New Lawyer Mentor Program. I have seen many of these new lawyers who are seeking help with launching their own law practice. Likely this is a situation being repeated in many states as more law school graduates take and pass their state but don’t find a position with a law firm or government agency or in-house counsel. My advice to these new...
[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...