Whether you're new to reading blogs or you're a regular blogger or blog reader, you'll want to take a look at Blawg World 2007 - the e-book compilation of posts from some of the best legal blogs out there. You'll want to download the e-book, which contains posts on everything from change management, billing, and marketing to substantive legal issues. And this year's edition also features the TechnoLawyer Problem/Solution Guide.
The bloggers that contributed to the BlawgWorld 2007 e-book are truly the best in the business, and I hope that you learn a lot from reading the e-book. Some of these bloggers are already my friends, and others I had the pleasure of meeting when I attended the BlawgWorld 2007 launch party earlier this year.
Since this is a practice management and business development blog, here are a few of the great practice related blog posts contained within BlawgWorld 2007: (the e-book is arranged alphabetically by blog, so look for the blog name in the index to find the post):
Compujurist (Nerino Petro): The Benefits of Practice Management Software
Golden Practices (Michelle Golden): Measuring Marketing Efforts
Home Office Lawyer (Grant Griffiths): The "Connected" Lawyer
In Search of Perfect Client Service (Patrick Lamb): The Ultimate Client Relationship Nightmare
Inside the Firm of the Future (Christopher Marston): Want More Clients? Get Over Yourself!
Jim Calloway's Law Practice Tips (Jim Calloway): A Few Words About Passwords
Legal Business Development (Jim Hassett):How to Turn Legal Clients Into Raving Fans
Legal Marketing Blog (Tom Kane): Have You Considered the Advantages of Hiring a Coach?
Legal Sanity (Arnie Herz): Fueling Lawyer Happiness
Passion, People and Principles (David Maister): Guns for Hire
Reid My Blog!(Reid Trautz): Building Architecture or Building Clients?
Ross Ipsa Loquitur(Ross Kodner): Tech Pro Se: The Business Cost of DIY Technology
the [non]billable hour (Matt Homann): 15 Rules for Clients and 17 Lawyer Tips
The Practice (Jonathan Stein): How Soccer Explains a Law Firm
What About Clients? (Dan Hull): In Praise of Structure
...and of course, my post from the Legal Ease Blog: Should I Discount My Fees?
This is by no means a comprehensive or exhaustive list of either the practice related posts or the e-book itself. See for yourself - check out BlawgWorld 2007.