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#Practice360 The Ethics of Communicating With Clients Online

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This is an article written by Nicole Black, director of MyCase.com. In this article, Ms. Black discusses cloud computing and the ways attorneys can confidentially store client information as long as they "exercise reasonable care in choosing their legal software providers." 

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3 Benefits of Putting Your Law Firm Marketing on Autopilot

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Did you know that you can create systems that will allow you to publish, syndicate and distribute each piece of content on a consistent ongoing basis? 

Gerry Oginski a NY Medical Malpractice & Personal Injury Attorney and is the author of “Secrets of Lawyer Video Marketing in the Age of YouTube” gives great tips!

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Mastermind Groups For Career Path Progress

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At one time, most lawyers were mentored by more senior attorneys. Mentoring took place within a firm, through bar association or other professional organizations, or in established relationships with more experienced lawyers. But, there has been a breakdown in the mentoring system in the legal industry.

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[Infographic] 2016 Legal Technology & Practice Management Predictions

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Whether it’s legal technology, practice management, or marketing, what can you do to ensure that your law practice will thrive in 2016?

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What Lawyers Can Learn From Content Marketing

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You’re probably thinking, “Wow, that’s interesting, Yates. But, I don’t have time to do content marketing.” I know. But, what if you could save time while attracting new clients? Are you interested now?

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Adding Google Voice to Your Communication Arsenal

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What if you could have one number that people could use to call, and by doing so, all of your phone numbers rang simultaneously?

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5 Signs Your Small Firm Needs a Technology Upgrade

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The benefit and detriment to running a small law firm are one and the same: you get to do it all, but then you have to do it all. The variety of duties and cases that come through are exciting; you’re never pigeonholed into one category and you get to know every aspect of your cases and of your clients.

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A Day in the Life of #Practice360

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A social media recap of the D.C. Bar's inaugural Practice 360. The all-day event offered a full range of free programming for members interested in learning essential and practical techniques to increase efficiency and improve client service. 

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It's the Client, Stupid! 9 Ways to Improve Attorney-Client Relationships

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D.C. Bar President Timothy K. Webster recently moderated a panel of in-house counsel at a legal marketing event that turned into a lively discussion about outside counsel. He summarizes nine points made about attorney-client relationships that arose during the panel discussion.

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Are you tired of the old way? Try something new--ReInvent Law™

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What is ReInvent Law?  It is a movement of lawyers and others concerned about the profession who are making it simpler and often less expensive for clients to interact with lawyers and law firms. The movement includes big firm lawyers, law professors, in-house counsel, small firm lawyers, entrepreneurs and others who really want to remake what it means to provide legal services. The lawyers involved don’t just work “in” a law firm, they work “on” the law firm for the benefit of the client.  

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