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Training Thursday: How Clio Makes Mobile Practice Management Possible (Part 1: Calendaring)

Being able to practice law on the go, such as with your smartphone or tablet, is a recent phenomenon for many in the legal industry. In only a few short years mobile devices have gone from being a technological novelty enjoyed by few, to an indispensable part of everyday life. In...
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Why Lawyers Shouldn’t Email Their Clients

You may have heard of Edward Snowden—the infamously labeled “NSA whistleblower” who exposed the depth of American government surveillance. Regardless of your personal opinion on Snowden's actions, the fact remains: professionals, particularly those in fields where confidentiality is tantamount (such as the medical or legal professions) must take additional steps...
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Why lawyers should automate their accounts receivable

It's every lawyer's worst nightmare, and yet a commonly recurring one: the non-paying client. After investing countless hours into working a matter, you present the client with a beautiful, polished bill, and...silence. This only serves to put more work on your plate as you must now send additional follow-ups to the...
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Four Questions to Ask Before Signing Up for Law School

Going to law school is a big decision. It’s a huge time and financial (of course) investment. LSAT test-takers recently fell to a 14 year low, which has spurred some to suggest that this is an optimal time to enroll, while others say that with the median starting salary for JDs...
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