Client selection and avoiding headaches

You've had them and you've heard nightmare stories about them - the clients you knew you shouldn't have agreed to represent, the ones that seem questionable but you convince yourself will turn out alright. Our colleagues Jim Calloway, director of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Practice Management Assistance Program, and Catherine Sanders Reach, Director of the... Continue Reading →

Marketing in the Next Normal

Marketing is always a challenge for lawyers, and particularly for solo practitioners and small firms. Perhaps the last 16 months have been the slowest you've encountered, or if you are lucky, maybe they've been the best. Either way, the steps you took to market yourself and your firm's services don't need to disappear now that... Continue Reading →

Solos, it’s all about you

While you are taking care of clients, don't forget to take care of yourself. I'm happy to share my latest article for Law Practice Today. Arizona lawyers, need some support, or have questions about how to make your practice the best it can be? Call us at Practice 2.0, 602-340-7332. If you just need peer... Continue Reading →

LinkedIn Tips

Whether you love it or hate it, or something in between, LinkedIn is one social media tool that is hard to ignore if you are a professional. Many tinker with it, using it minimally, but LinkedIn can be a valuable marketing tool. With that in mind, why not maximize your LinkedIn profile and make the... Continue Reading →

Lawyer/Parents: Returning to Work?

Summer is upon us; the kiddos are out of school; and in what could be the perfect storm, lawyers are returning to the office after the long pandemic-caused stretch of remote working. For anyone, even those without children (or fur-babies), the long awaited return to a bricks and mortar office may be stress-inducing. But for... Continue Reading →

2021 Convention – it’s almost here

Have you already made plans to attend the 2021 State Bar of Arizona Virtual Convention? It's June 16 - 18, and since it's virtual, you don't have to worry about hotel rooms, getting dressed in "work clothes" or travel. There's never been a better time to attend and get a whole year's worth of CLE... Continue Reading →

Returning to Work?

As lawyers and law firms get ready to be more present in bricks and mortar offices, it is important to consider the emotional toll the pandemic has taken on all of us. And folks, it's not over yet - while vaccinations are now widely available and restrictions have eased, the pandemic is not over. We... Continue Reading →

Managing remotely

Are you still working remotely? Supervising teams that are still working remotely and may continue to do that in the future? It can be difficult to maintain connections and effectively manage teams that work remotely, but it's not impossible. Here are some great tips from MyCase's Legal Technology Evangelist, Niki Black. Want to talk about... Continue Reading →

Have you been exposed?

If you use the internet you and your information will eventually be part of one or more data breaches. Recently, the FBI has turned to Have I Been Pwned to alert victims of a data breach that their information has been exposed. Not surprisingly I found that my personal email address had been exposed in... Continue Reading →

Don’t wanna Zoom?

We've all been using video-conferencing more than we had ever dreamt we would, or might, right? While Microsoft Teams and Zoom appear to have been the predominant choices of 2020 and continuing into 2021, they aren't the only choices. This guide to some of the features offered by Webex, including end-to-end encryption, may make this... Continue Reading →

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