Come by the CBA on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, between 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to catch up on the latest in law practice management and technology services that can benefit your law practice, including CBA Member Benefit providers, plus participate in free CLE, see product demos, and enjoy food and prizes! Expo Hall from [...]
Category Archive for 'Legal Research'
General Administrative Order No. 2013-01 Revises and Supersedes General Administrative Order No. 2012-8 On December 12, 2012 General Administrative Order No. 2012-8 was released, declaring a ban against mobile computing and telecommunication devices for all Cook County courthouses except the Daley Center to begin on Monday, January 14, 2013. A list of exempt persons was identified, including licensed attorneys, who would be permitted [...]
Recently Mashable posted an article on 8 Google Chrome Extensions to Boost Your Productivity. While many were useful, the one that stood out to me was the “Tab Packager” Tab.bz. This Google Chrome extension allows you to create a short URL that captures all the open browser tabs in Google. Opening the short URL then [...]
My new article in Slaw.ca “Mine Your Own Business“: An almost overwhelming amount of information is generated and stored in disparate places in our digital world. Email, documents, tweets, posts, status updates, reports, and other data flow through our computers, tablets and smartphones. Cataloging and retrieving this information is a challenge. Fortunately there are a [...]
In the news for lawyers using the Android operating system on their mobile devices, the much anticipated Fastcase app for Android is now available. Read my quick review at AttorneyatWork: For lawyers who do not have a Fastcase account at all, this app—like the Fastcase iPhone app—allows you to search, browse, read and save statutes and cases [...]