If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a bit of a technophile. Over the past few months, I’ve been learning to use my new Macbook Air, and in particular, how to automate mundane tasks. Creating a filing system for my documents is one of those tasks, and I detail how I create that in a new post over on PaperlessChase.com.
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Last Tuesday, I gave a presentation to the New Orleans City Council as part of my lobbying efforts for the New Orleans Food Truck Coalition. Based on the recommendation of Ernie the Attorney, I used my iPad Mini and a mindmapping program, iThoughtsHD, to make my argument.
I used ScreenFlow to capture my presentation from the City’s website, and uploaded a clip to Vimeo. Apparently, Ernie tweeted it, and it was picked up by Jeff Richardson over at iPhoneJD. That generated 400 views (as of today). This morning, I released a post on PaperlessChase.com discussing why I enjoyed using the app, and why I plan on using it in the future.read more
Each year, lawyers have to earn a certain amount of CLE credits to retain their licenses. Last week, I attended one of these conferences. CLEs are not only great for learning new areas of the law and learning new tactics, strategies, and updated law, but they’re also great for networking. The only problem with networking is that everyone still uses business cards. As a paperless law office, what am I supposed to do with all these cards?read more