The November 2010 Oklahoma Bar Journal has a Law Office Management and Technology theme and we're happy to share them with you whether you are a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association or not. So pass along this link to someone you think might be interested and settle in for a lengthy session if you decided to read them all.
In order that they are included in our publication:
- Social Media for the Reticent Attorney by Shawn J. Roberts Download Social Media for the Reticent Attorney.Roberts.OklaBarJ Some of you may already know of Shawn from his Twitter posts.
- Ethics up in the Clouds by OBA Ethics Counsel Travis Pickens Download Ethics up in the Clouds.Pickens.OklaBarJ Travis spoke on the ethics of cloud computing at the Oklahoma Solo & Small Firm Confernece and has been putting a good bit of study into this topic.
- The Traveling Lawyer by Jim Calloway Download The Traveling Lawyer.Calloway.OklaBarJ From remote access to carrying it all with you, today's lawyer should have the tools to be able to work as well out of the office as in it. This article also contains a sidebar on using public wi-fi by my friend Oklahoma City lawyer John N. Brewer.
- Welcome to the Future: The Paperless Office and E-filing by Tulsa lawyer Adrienne N. Cash Download Welcome to the Future.Paperless.EFiling.Cash.OklaBarJ
- Oklahoma's New E-Discovery Rules by Steven S. Gensler Download Oklahomas New EDiscovery Rules.Gensler.OklaBarJ Professor Gensler is the Welcome D. and W. DeVier Pierson Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. He is Vice Chair of the OBA Civil Procedure Committee and chaired its Electronic Discovery Subcommittee.
- The Lawyer's Guide to Using and Citing Wikipedia by Lee F. Peoples Download Lawyers Guide to Using and Citing Wikipedia.Peoples.OklaBarJ Lee Peoples is director of the Law Library and associate professor of law library science at the Oklahoma City University School of Law.
- Improving Client Satisfaction Improves your Practice and Improves Your Life by Jim Calloway Download Improving Client Satisfaction.Calloway.OklahomaBarJ Sort of ironic that I wrote the only one in the collection not directly related to technology isn't it? This article discusses using the three pronged approach of establishing expectations, clear policies and good systems to improve client satisfaction.
Surely there is something interesting in this group of articles for every practicing lawyer. I encourage you to read them all and pass this post along to others who will enjoy them.