Tom Collins on Law Firm Management Blogs

A special welcome to first-time visitors who found this blog via Tom Collins’ post on Recommended Blogs for Those Involved in Law Firm Management on the More Partner Income blog.
It’s always nice to have your work recognized and I appreciated Tom adding this blog to his very useful list of recommended blogs. It’s great to find my blog on such an impressive list and I appreciate Tom’s nice comments about me.
I’ve definitely noticed more interest than ever before in blogs on the part of law firm management types in the last year or so. In large part, that’s due to the large amount of high quality and timely information and commentary about law firm management topics you find every single day on blogs that cover this topic.
Tom’s list is an excellent place to start, but don’t stop with his list. Be sure to explore on your own and find some more great blogs that will bring you great, practical and timely info on the subjects that matter to you.
Hmm, I notice that I keep mentioning timely information. As a writer, one of the greatest things about blogging is instant publication and getting your written immediately in front of your audience. I currently have several articles (and very good article, if I say so myself) written from more than a month to several months ago that are still waiting to come out in print. Since I usually don’t write on the same topics until an article I’ve written appears it print, it bothers me not to have that article and other thoughts on the same topic out. I’ll also be very happy when the book is out – I’ve never ever had so much material written for so long that hasn’t appeared in print or on the Internet. That will change soon, though, with the book release in a couple of weeks.
If you haven’t seen Tom’s post on recommended blogs for law firm management, then what are you waiting for? Head on over and check it out.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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