By: Erica Fujimoto Once you have identified a process in your firm, you can take steps to improve upon that process.  Remember, your processes may vary based on the circumstances of each matter, but there is still a process you follow in everything you do.  The hard part is figuring out whether what you’re doing […]


By: Erica Fujimoto Whether your firm handles corporate litigation, contracts, criminal defense, or any other type of law, one thing is true:  There is a process to everything you do.  And any time there is a process, there are ways to improve upon that process.  Change simply for the sake of change isn’t ever a […]


Why You Need a Password Manager

May 17, 2018

By Barron K. Henly A password manager is a program that can securely store and organize logons, passwords, credit card information, bank account information, IDs (driver’s licenses, passports, etc.) and any other piece of information you might need (e.g., your children’s social security numbers, your Delta frequent flyer number, or the license plate number for […]

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Succession Planning — Webinar, May 24 at noon

May 16, 2018

Thinking about retirement? Even if you are years away, don’t miss this practical and comprehensive look at the many and various factors and risks which must be considered when planning for one’s retirement.  The program will examine the realities faced by the potential retiree as well as the hopes and desires that the retiree has concerning […]

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Casemaker Tips and Tricks for May

May 15, 2018

Each month we will be bringing you a few tips and tricks for making your research with Casemaker that much more efficient.  For more Casemaker tips and tricks follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and via the Casemaker blog.   Go To Subsection When viewing a lengthy statute, rule or regulation it can be cumbersome to locate the particular […]

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eReading Recommendations

May 10, 2018

By Jeff Schoenberger Two things often in short supply for lawyers are time and money. Harried schedules chase away things lacking immediacy. One thing I sacrificed was pleasure reading. Between family, work, and other commitments, sitting down to read a book was a lost joy. Thankfully, within the last several years, books have adapted themselves […]

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Automating Calendar Invitations

May 3, 2018

By Rian Fehrman As a cloud software consultant, I frequently review new software systems and integrations between different cloud products. A while back, I stumbled on an interesting way to give our clients access to my availability and automate the scheduling of meetings and conference calls. I was reviewing an application named Zapier to see […]

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Going Paperless

May 1, 2018

By Steve J. Best, Esq. When the staff of a law firm is asked about their biggest frustrations as it relates to productivity and job efficiency, managing volumes of paper is often at the top.  Paper files have become problematic in today’s technologically driven law firms.  People often spend hours of unproductive time filing away […]

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May Solo and Small Firm Networking Events

April 27, 2018

Solo Small Firm Section networking meetings are a great opportunity to connect with your peers, as well as a practice management and technology discussion forum. The meetings are open to all CBA members, not just Solo Small Firm Section members, the sponsoring entity. Colorado Springs routinely offers CLE credits, although sometimes there is no formal agenda, […]

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The Training Conundrum

April 26, 2018

By Jennifer M. Ramovs, Esq. Most legal professionals we have the pleasure of dealing with agree that training is one of the most important investments they can make in themselves and their teams. However, when it comes time to schedule and pay for the training, it seems to be the first item to get slashed. […]

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