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The 4 Must-Attend Legal Technology Conferences for Solo Lawyers and Small Firms 
Here are the four legal technology conferences solo lawyers and small firms cannot miss.
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Last year I predicted the top legal tech trends in 2015 would be savvy, sales, and safety.

So what do lawyers need to know about 2016 legal technology trends? To find out, I reached out to three legal technology experts. They share awards, books, and accomplishments in expanding awareness of and competence in legal technology.

They told me what they predict will change in legal tech over the coming year, as well as what lawyers should know and do about it. F
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Read how Clerk Can’t became Clark Kent, the “lawyer whose clients loved him”! https://legaltrek.com/blog/2016/01/legal-infographic/
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This is a great discussion of cloud computing use in law firms:
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Here are some apps to consider downloading: 
The best new apps for lawyers, released on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, in June 2015!
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Here are some useful apps for digital dictation:
Lawyering is, in many ways, about writing. Sure, you're not Faulkner, but plenty of attorneys spend their days tapping away at the keyboard, composing motions, answering emails, drafting contracts. But you can give the typing a break every now and...
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One more state weighs in:
More than 20 jurisdictions have issued opinions and all have concluded that it is ethical for lawyers to use web-based software in their law practices.
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Good question. The answer is changing as technology improves:
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Why Lawyers Need to Understand Cyber Insurance for Their Clients 
Cybersecurity, data breach, cyber attacks, and cyber insurance. Unless you live under a rock, you have heard of it. You better hope your lawyer has too! Shawn Tuma argues that the minimum standard ...
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Nicole Black
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On the ethics of lawyers using cloud computing:
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Food for thought:
Law firms need to figure out their policies on these three key questions, according to legal tech columnist Jeff Bennion.
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Hi Nicole, as a business with a number of legal clients in the UK, we find your posts informative and interesting. Thanks!
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Jack Pringle

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Links for Lawyers for the Week of July 3rd- Why Creativity is Important to Good Lawyering, The Lean Startup: Eliminating Wasteful Practices in Your Law Firm?, The Virtues of Fielding, Doing More in Less Time
Links for Lawyers, by Jack Pringle: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.
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Thinking of going paperless? Here's how to get started:
Here are some great tips to help you move your law firm to a paperless office:
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Cloud Computing & Social Media – A Lawyer's Guide to Regulatory & Ethical Obligations

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Cloud Computing & Social Media Marketing in Legal Services – Maria Javed's Dissertation: A Practitioner's Guide to Regulatory & Ethical Obligations
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You know you need to be using software to save time and increase accuracy and efficiency. But while a rainmaker sees opportunities, others in your firm will see challenges. The goal is to get your executives to spend money on legal software that will automate the boring parts of your job so you can get more done and have more fun.

Here are the three steps to get the C-suite on board with buying law practice software.
Here’s how to sell legal software to the C-suite in three steps. Capterra helps businesses find and compare software.
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Jack Pringle

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For the Week of June 19th- Lawyers are Facing a Problem They Don't Know They Have; When, How and Where to Promote Your Content on Social Media; How to Find Useful Legal Industry Content to Share on Twitter; The Servitude Bubble; Technology and the Unauthorized Practice of Law
Links for Lawyers, by Jack Pringle: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.
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Some useful tips:
There are lots of options to streamline the process and ensure that you always have access to important information no matter what device you're using.
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