The February edition of the ABA Law Practice Management Section's webzine, Law Practice Today, is out. If you haven't seen it, here are some of the highlights:
Ed Poll shows lawyers how to get the most out of the planning process, and how to use planning to reduce client legal spend in light of global marketplace factors.
John Gilbert and Sheila Blackford show lawyers how to focus on profitability and get a handle on expenses.
If you want to get the most out of your online presence, check out these 10 tips from Reid Trautz, Nerino Petro and Jim Calloway.
Lawyers know that data security is a high priority. Sharon Nelson and John Simek show lawyers how to control and secure data and documents.
Is it finally time for you to give some serious thought to using a document management system? See what Sarah Nelson thinks you should consider.
Much of what lawyers do is repetitive in nature. Clients ask the same questions, and the same issues arise over and over. Instead of reinventing the wheel, create standard email responses to those frequently asked questions. Ben Schorr shows you how.
Regular readers of the Legal Ease Blog know that I'm all about helping my readers and clients become more productive. Janet Ellen Raasch shows you how to do just that in her article that helps lawyers take back time and be more productive.