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 Tips Blog] The Droid Lawyer™
Oklahoma lawyer Jeffery Taylor has another identity. He's also The Droid Lawyer™ and publishes a really nice blog under that title with lots of good information about Droid phones, among other things. He's got a lot of great content, so...
[Oregon Law Practice Management] Networking and Career Building for Lawyers
If you are actively engaged in a job search, then you already know about the importance of networking. The question is: what have you done about it? On April 1 the Oregon Federal Bar Association and Oregon Attorney Assistance Program co-sponsored a program on networking and career building for lawyers. This program was a fine follow-up [...]
[Law Practice Advisor] Guest Post: 5 Technologies That Help Law Firms Respond to Fee Pressure
Since I have spent far too much time blathering on at this blog about technology that I know very little about, I’d say it’s high time we provide another expert opinion. To that end, we are very pleased to have the following guest post, on technologies that help lawyers address fee pressure, from Daryl Rinaldi. This, his second post for us, is a return engagement for Daryl, who is the owner of GizmoFish, LLC, an IT support company serving the greater Boston area, and handling the IT needs of...
[ABA Site-tation] How are Lawyers Practicing in the Cloud?
Body: Statistics in volume 1 (Technology Basics) and volume 2 (Law Office Technology) of the 2011 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report reveal factors that make some law firms perfect candidates for transferring the hardware and software complexities to the vendor. But attorneys still see a lot of risk in this model. Read Law Firms in the Cloud, an excerpt from the 2011 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, for more information on how lawyers are approaching cloud computing. Category: Technology...
[Law Practice Tips Blog] Jay Shepherd's Rules for a Successful Law Practice
After 13 years of running his law practice, Jay Shepherd is taking his career in another direction. You will find the rules for success in his blog post Small Firms, Big Lawyers: Reflections on Thirteen Years to be very valuable....
[Slaw: Dan Pinnington] Get a Taste of ABA TECHSHOW From the 2011 Conference PowerPoints
If you have not had a chance to attend ABA TECHSHOW, now is your opportunity to sample the quality of the educational sessions. The ABA Law Practice Management Section, producer of the annual technology conference has, for the first time, released most of the slide presentations from the sessions at ABA TECHSHOW 2011. Take a look at the range of topics covered each year so you better understant why over a 1,700 lawyers, IT staff, paralegals, legal assistants, and product vendors attend this 3-...
[Avoid a Claim] Get a taste of ABA TECHSHOW from the 2011 conference PowerPoints
If you have not had a chance to attend ABA TECHSHOW, now is your opportunity to sample the quality of the educational sessions. The ABA Law Practice Management Section, producer of the annual technology conference has, for the first time, released most of the slide presentations from the sessions at ABA TECHSHOW 2011. Take a look at the range of topics covered each year so you better understant why over a 1,700 lawyers, IT staff, paralegals, legal assistants, and product vendors attend...
[Oregon Law Practice Management] Oregon eCourt: One Step Closer to Reality?
For those who have not been attentive to the goings on at the Oregon Judicial Department (OJD), implementation of statewide eCourt may seem more like a dream than a reality. But truth be told, real progress is happening. One huge step forward? The selection earlier this year of Tyler’s Odyssey® Court Management System, as a single-solution provider: “The contract [...]
[Reid My Blog] Take a Taste of ABA TECHSHOW
If you have not had a chance to attend ABA TECHSHOW, now is your opportunity to sample the quality of the educational sessions. The ABA Law Practice Management Section, producer of the annual technology conference has, for the first time, released most of the slide presentations that accompany the sessions. Take a look at the range of sessions that each year attracts over a 1,700 lawyers, IT staff, paralegals, legal assistants, and product vendors to attend the 3-day conference in Chicago. The...
[ABA Site-tation] Secure Your Tech: More Than Just Data
Body: Note: This article was originally published in the September 2009 Family Law e-Newsletter, a monthly publication from the ABA Section for Family Law. New technology articles from the LTRC appear in each new Family Law e-Newsletter. Most discussions about security and technology revolve around data security, including topics like virus protection and data backup. Given the importance of electronic data in the modern law office, this focus is appropriate and necessary. Nevertheless, there...