The August issue of Law Practice Today has just been published online. Among its many features is "Blawg: Marketing Your Practice with a Weblog" by myself and Tom Mighell. I’d encourage all of you to check this out even if you have no plans whatsoever to ever start a blog. This is a "Best of ABA TECHSHOW" feature and is a reprint of most of the materials Tom and I submitted for our TECHSHOW presentation on this topic. It contains lots of information, statistics and links. I’m proud that Law Practice Today selected it for a feature. There was a lot of effort put into this (mostly by Tom) and I’m glad it will have a greater audience than the TECHSHOW materials on CD.

Tom Mighell also writes The Strongest Links column for LPT and his Strongest Links for Road Warriors this month is worth a read. Also of note this month are a piece by former ABA Law Practice Management Section Chair Carl Roberts on the 2006 Discovery Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (impacting E-discovery) and Ellen Freedman’s Preparing to Say Goodbye to the Baby Boomers.

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