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Written by successful small-firm founders, managing partners, administrators, and legal technology and practice management experts, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in solo practices and small law firms.

Additionally, SmallLaw features comprehensive reviews of legal products with accompanying TechnoScore ratings.

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How Tuesley Hall Konopa Earned Its Three-Word Slogan Plus a Solo's Story

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: South Bend, Indiana law firm Tuesley Hall Konopa is the proverbial big fish in a small pond. With 12 lawyers and 15 staff, it's fairly large for a small city. For this issue of SmallLaw, lawyer and journalist Marin Feldman interviewed managing partner Eric Seigel. You'll learn about the firm's marketing plan, its billing, document assembly, document management, and practice management software, and how it minimizes costs for clients without sacrificing quality. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for the story of a solo who took down his shingle.

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Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Top Five Dumbest Things New Solos Do Plus 71 More Must-Reads

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Our editorial team has selected and linked to 72 articles from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sample article from each section of today's issue, including our SmallLaw Pick of the Week.

20 Surefire Signs of Super Clients

When Malpractice Strikes Stop Digging

List Your Law Firm in Apple Maps

How to Become a Trusted Legal Media Source

Congratulations to Lee Rosen of Solo Practice University on winning our SmallLaw Pick of the Week award: Top Five Dumbest Things New Solos Do

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small law firm, big dreams. Written by successful small-firm founders, managing partners, administrators, and legal technology and practice management experts, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in solo practices and small law firms. Additionally, SmallLaw features comprehensive reviews of legal products with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles, podcasts, and videos about solo practices and small law firms. Please subscribe now.

The Demise of Law Firm Websites Plus 72 More Must-Reads

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Our editorial team has selected and linked to 73 articles from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sample article from each section of today's issue, including our SmallLaw Pick of the Week.

Alternative Billing Comes to Main Street

How to Use Lists More Productively

25 Law Firm Website Mistakes

10 More Law Firm Website Mistakes

Congratulations to Robert Algeri of Great Jakes on winning our SmallLaw Pick of the Week award: The Demise of Traditional Law Firm Websites

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small law firm, big dreams. Written by successful small-firm founders, managing partners, administrators, and legal technology and practice management experts, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in solo practices and small law firms. Additionally, SmallLaw features comprehensive reviews of legal products with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles, podcasts, and videos about solo practices and small law firms. Please subscribe now.

Hendrickson Law Firm Leans in With an Assist From Software Plus 10 Questions for a Web Designer

Friday, October 17, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Three women team up and find success. It sounds like a music act, but in this case it's a litigation boutique with offices in three cities that handles complex cases. In this issue of SmallLaw, lawyer and journalist Marin Feldman profiles Nancy Hendrickson, Julie Thrall Burrow, and Carolyn Guy, partners of Hendrickson Law Firm. You'll learn about the happy accident that gave birth to the firm as well as the software that enables the trio to offer its clients much lower rates than the large firms against which it competes. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for 10 questions to ask before hiring a law firm website designer.

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Review of LexisNexis Firm Manager Plus the Solo's Guide to Hiring an Assistant

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Coming today to SmallLaw: Solos and small law firms have a plethora of options for cloud practice management applications these days, including LexisNexis Firm Manager. In this issue of SmallLaw, New Jersey lawyer and former IBMer Edward Zohn reviews Firm Manager, which LexisNexis spent a year rebuilding from the ground up. Ed evaluates the core features, the user experience on an iPad and iPhone, integrations, pricing, and more. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for the solo's guide to hiring an assistant.

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

TechnoLawyer's SmallLaw newsletter provides essential and realistic advice for solo and small firm lawyers thanks to its columnists who work in the trenches everyday. SmallLaw is my go to source for practice and technology information.
- Phil Rhodes, Esq., Law Office of Philip Rhodes
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