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To self-study or not to self-study for the bar exam? Here’s what to consider before you make your choice.
Technology is supposed to make life easier, but with so many (useful!) apps available to lawyers, there’s also a risk of actually reducing your productivity while trying to manually keep up.
This month, we’re highlighting an update of Clio’s Android app, some new integration partners, and a few features from the new Clio experience that you may not have heard of yet.
Which legal technology conference will give you the best bang for your buck? Here’s how to choose.
With the everyday pressures of running a solo practice, it’s hard to prioritize long-term change. Here are 15 ways to invest in your firm’s future, today.
You may have heard of content marketing for law firms, but what about evergreen content marketing? Here’s what it is and how to use it successfully.
Over 50,000 people are released from prison each year in California with thousands more cycling in and out of jail. Here’s how Root & Rebound helps as many as possible navigate the reentry process.
New habits are hard to keep, and old ones are hard to break. Despite your best intentions, it's easy to fall into old, underearning habits that don't do you, or your law firm, any favors.
Chief legal officers are under a lot of pressure, but by providing exactly what they’re looking for, you can win more of their business in 2018.
What legal tech trends should your firm be watching for in 2018? We asked the best and brightest legal minds what they think.