Good question. I participated in a roundtable article in the latest issue of the ABA’s Law Practice Magazine called “Tech costs spinning out of control? What you should and shouldn’t do: Pointers and predictions for solos and small firms.” The article has a stellar list of legal technologists as participants: Sharon Nelson, Craig Ball, Jim Calloway, Dennis Kennedy, Ross Kodner and John Simek. Lots of great ideas and useful information for law firms considering technology options. The issue also has a great article on blogging from Tom Mighell, my partner in the new podcast, The Kennedy-Mighell Report.
In related news, Helen Gunnarsson’s great article on legal blogging, “Do We Blawg and How?” (formerly available only in print) is now available online.
And, the May issue of the ABA’s Law Practice Today webzine has also just been published.
Finally, I noticed that I’m quoted in a third article this week on Law.com. This time it’s in a very good article by Ann Sherman called “Firms See Waves of Problems from Employee Web Surfing,” which covers some of the important issues raised in technology use policies, or the lack thereof.
Lots of good reading.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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