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Sara Crocker

While your livelihood as an attorney depends on having clients, not all clients are good clients. Most client problems can be avoided by choosing clients more carefully. Regardless of the size of your practice, despite what you may think, you will save time and maximize your profit potential by developing and implementing an easy five-step […]

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Whether you’re new to legal practice or long established, you shouldn’t be afraid to get paid, says Aurora-based small firm attorney Jeff Joseph. Communication, clear expectations, write-offs, and payment plans are just a few ways to ensure you’re paid for your legal services. Watch the video with Jeff below. Want to see more? Click here […]

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If you’re a solo, what do you do when you need a hand with a case? For many, it’s a matter of finding other solos to collaborate with. Below, Susan Larsen and Cassandra Netzke discuss considerations if you’re going to work with other solo practitioners and the benefit of clients and colleagues. This is part […]

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An indelible signal that spring is here is the stacking of pastel marshmallows shaped as birds and bunnies onto supermarket shelves. But, locally and nationally, people like to play with their Peeps. You may have seen The Denver Post’s Peeps Diorama Contest, but did you know there’s a Peep’s diorama contest with a law slant? […]

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Printing from a Web page can be frustrating because you never know what’s actually going to print. You might get 10 sheets with each frame on a separate page, have two inches of text cut off on one side, find out that it prints eight pages, when you only wanted the information on page three, […]

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By default, Word tries to save new documents in your “My Documents” folder on your C drive. Using the same logic, when you click on “Open” to open an existing document, it assumes the document is saved in the “My Documents” folder. Many of us (if not the majority) want to save documents somewhere other […]

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To conserve its battery, your iPhone will automatically turn off in a short period of time if you’re not actively using it. This means that if you’re trying to follow directions using Google Maps, your phone will keep turning itself off and you will have to keep turning it back on. Here’s how to change […]

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Siddhartha H. Rathod and Qusair Mohamedbhai, partners at Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, recently offered their Dos and Don’ts of starting a law firm at a “Small Firms, Big Success” CLE. Solo in Colo caught up with them to hear what they think are the top Do and Don’t. Learn from them so you don’t run […]

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If your mouse has a wheel on top for scrolling, you can easily change your font size on the fly. Here’s how: Press and Hold the button. While holding down the button, use the mouse wheel to: • Scroll down (or towards you) to make the font larger • Scroll up (or away from you) […]

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Many of us spend all day in Microsoft Outlook. We’ll open a message and then reply to it or forward it to someone else.  When we reply or forward a message and hit send, Outlook sends the message and then puts us back in the inbox, where we do the same thing with another message. […]

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