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Poor business practices will embarrass your law firm

This observation hopefully does not apply to you or your law firm. But the recent blog post Why Your Clients Will Thank You For Investing In Law Practice Management Software from Susan Cartier Liebel really struck a nerve with me. Her husband is a client of a law firm that they believe does great work, but they probably will not use them again or refer anyone else to them because Frustrationtheir business practices are stuck in the 1980’s and they don’t use practice management software. You might think not using practice management software is a back office thing and a client wouldn’t know the difference. If you think that, then you really need to read Susan’s post. It started with a billing error, but then the fact they couldn’t respond to a billing error without days of delay and over an hour of research revealed their billing practices were way behind the times. The embarrassment multiplied with their representation that only one person in the entire firm, a busy partner, could correct the billing error. Seriously? The standard today is your billing records should be on a dashboard accessible by at least every lawyer in the firm, if not every employee. The days of a client inquiring about their balance and being told “We will have to get back with you on that” should definitely be in the past.

 

At our upcoming Oklahoma Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Conference we have ten, yes TEN, sponsors who will be there offering practice management solutions. Oklahoma lawyers who are not yet using these tools will have a great opportunity to shop for their practice management solution. If you are not an OBA member, there is likely a similar conference near you and all practice management providers have online resources to help you have a purchasing decision.

 

The tale of poor client services that Susan encountered didn’t end with the need for more modern tools for this law firm. When they received their next statement, not only had the credit for the mistake not been applied (guess the partner was very busy that month) but they had been billed another $145 for the paralegal researching the billing error and reporting back on it. The idea that we rectify any mistakes at no charge to the client isn’t a 1980’s concept. It should be a timeless one!

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Our lawyers are knowledgeable and experienced in drug related charges like:

 

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Stop & Search Drug Busts

 

Drug Traffic Stops

 

Transportation of Controlled Substances

 

Drug Possession Charges

 

Interstate drug trafficking charges

 
 

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Podcast: The Lawyer’s Duty of Technology Competence

Digital Edge logoIn this episode of The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology, Jim Calloway interviews lawyer and legal technology blogger/podcaster Bob Ambrogi about the lawyer’s duty B Ambrogi of technology competence, how it applies to discovery and confidentiality, and how technology can really benefit lawyers too. I always enjoy discussing legal technology with Bob and this podcast is a solo hosting effort since my podcast teammate, Sharon Nelson, had a conflict with scheduling at the ABA Midyear meeting where we recorded the podcast. If you are not familiar with Bob’s LawSites Blog, you really should visit it regularly as it is most of the best sources on the subject of lawyers and their technology on the Internet. (Bob is also available for presentations to bar associations, bar and bat mitzvahs, graduations and the like.) 

 

I am aware many lawyers are concerned about this subject because they know that they are not technology experts. Well, let me assure you even the experts feel like they don’t know everything they need to know. As we discuss in the podcast, it is more that lawyers need to understand the tools they use daily and also need to understand the risks of the Internet and other commonly-used technology so they can discuss these risks with their clients. You can be competent in this area by having people with these skills on your team.

Podcast: The Lawyer’s Duty of Technology Competence

ABA TECHSHOW for the real lawyers across the country

ABA TECHSHOW is next week in Chicago. You can still attend even if you haven’t pre-registered.

 

People sometimes question why I promote attendance at ABA TECHSHOW with almost an evangelical fervor. That is sometimes hard to put into words because it is a special and extremely ABA TECHSHOW 2016valuable experience.

 

Kevin O’Keefe, CEO of LexBlog and one of the many legal thought leaders who I met for the first time at ABA TECHSHOW, has done a really great job of putting it into words with his blog post today ABA TECHSHOW for the real lawyers across the country. Every law firm today runs on its technology-based tools. If you cannot attend ABA TECHSHOW this year, make an effort for next year. Many of the state bar associations offer their members discounts on TECHSHOW registration through the TECHSHOW Event Promoter Program. You might check to see if your state bar is listed.

 

I wanted to publicly thank Kevin O’Keefe for stating what so many of us feel about ABA TECHSHOW.

ABA TECHSHOW for the real lawyers across the country

Avoiding the Pain in Strategic Planning

You need a plan, right? A plan for your career or a business plan for your law firm. As the saying goes, life happens when you are busy making plans. But creating a plan, particularly when there are several people involved is often not as simple as it sounds. So for law firms, the best option often appears to be having a law firm retreat or a strategic planning meeting.

 

Many things in life are not as entertaining as they sound like they should be. Strategic planning doesn’t sound like fun at all and the reality is often worse. But no one doubts its importance.

 

LP mag coverSo in my Practice Management Advice column in the March/April 2016 issue of Law Practice Magazine, I take on the topic of Avoiding the Pain in Strategic Planning. It is a challenging and important topic. But getting all of the lawyers in a firm together for a meeting is always a challenge and, if you tell them the meeting is about strategic planning, it becomes even more problematic.

 

So I have outlined an alternative or two. I hope one works for you.

 

Even though this column has nothing to do with technology, it appears in the annual ABA TECHSHOW issue of Law Practice magazine. There is a lot of great great content in this magazine.

 

In Technology Competence: New Wine in an Old Ethical Bottle, former State Bar of Arizona Ethics Counsel Patricia A. Sallen reminds us that lawyers can no longer swear off the sauce of technology.

 

My friend Craig Ball writes on What Every Lawyer Should Know About E-Discovery. Yes, every lawyer. That means you, too, even if you never intend to darken the doors of a courthouse again. You never know when e-discovery will become a topic of conversation at a social gathering. Well, actually you do know that it won’t, but it is important to understand the basics.

 

Say Yes to a Practice Management System is from Natalie Robinson Kelly. She is an expert on practice management systems. I know sometimes the Oklahoma Bar Association members tire of me repeatedly saying that they really need one of these tools. But I only say it because it is true. With Natalie no doubt pleased with her article, I can now publicly confess that I strongly suggested that she be asked to write the column in the magazine board planning session for this issue.

 

Let me end by noting a significant column in this issue. Tom Mighell selected as the topic for his Digital Toolkit column Note Taking Shoot-Out: OneNote versus Evernote. These are two great products and I use the word significant in describing his review because most lawyers should be using one or both of these tools. I know you will be interested in his overall winner. But you have to read the column to find out which product wins.

 

 

Avoiding the Pain in Strategic Planning

Escaping “The Grind”

The grinderSometimes life (and law practice) can be a grind.

 

But often it is all about your attitude.

 

Here are a few tips for escaping the negative feelings of being in a daily grind.

 

“An ancient bit of large law firm wisdom was that there were three types of lawyers: finders, minders and grinders.” That’s how I start discussing coping with the feeling like you are in a grind. Follow the link to read the rest of my Oklahoma Bar Journal column, The Grind.

Escaping “The Grind”