Every Legal App For Android-Lawyerist

 

Lawyerist:  “There are plenty of Android apps for lawyers including apps for case management, billing, trial preparation, and legal research. This list includes every legal app for Android that we could find in the Google Play store…”.

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DIY Law Firm Letterhead Using Microsoft Word-Lawyerist

While you may have to use a commercial printer for business cards, you do not necessarily need professionally-printed letterhead. If you already have a logo, you don’t even need professionally-designed letterhead; you can just DIY.

This is especially true when you consider that most correspondence never gets printed, and a lot of correspondence does not go out on letterhead in the first place. This makes DIY letterhead an increasingly defensible choice. Using resources likeTypography for Lawyers, a few Word tips, and perhaps a bit of well-placed graphic design help, you can design your own letterhead. Here are step-by-step instructions for designing your own letterhead in Microsoft Word, plus examples from Lawyerist readers who have done just that.

Unless otherwise noted below, all instructions, screenshots and videos are for Microsoft Office 2010 for Windows.

Read the entire “how-to” article here.

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Retiring into a Bright Sadness-Lawyerist

Wow, Lawyerist has a second great column this week on living life as a lawyer.  Lawyerist is starting to stand out as the top blog for lawyers like us.
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by Daniel Farr on on October 23rd, 2013
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“…I was tired after 40 years of practicing law. It was time for a new road map: more music with the band, flannel shirts, bike riding, road trips, grandparenting, storytelling, teepee lodging, and embellishing memories with old pals. I wanted to be present with the people I love. Long ago, law practice began to rob me of living completely in the moment — reading to a grandchild; hiking with a son or daughter; sitting on a beach with my wife and friends — always a part of my mind was practicing law. Did we meet the filing deadline? I should have returned that phone call. Do we have enough money in the pot to meet payday? That elderly couple should have received a discount, but I don’t need one more box of overgrown zucchini….”.
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Your Practice is Doing Better Than You Think-Randall Ryder

One of the toughest parts of running a solo practice is that you are own worst critic.

Chances are, you are your only critic. Living in that bubble can de difficult and downright deceptive when analyzing the financial success of your solo practice. When you find yourself wondering if your solo practice is successful, here are three things from Randall Ryder to remember. (Read further at Lawyerist)