Archive for October 2010
In observance of National Pro Bono Week, the Sociable Lawyer lists 5 ways that pro bono lawyers do well by doing good.
In the spirit of Halloween, we put together a list of theoretical legal issues that could crop up on this spooky holiday. Don’t be scared though: with this list, you […]
The Sociable Lawyer conducted a survey of 100 attorneys who attended the New York Sociable Lawyer Meet Up on October 12, 2010. We asked them the size of their firms, how much time they spend looking for clients, how much of that time they spend online, and what they feel the key issue keeping lawyers from working more online might be. Here are the top four reasons survey respondents gave for why lawyers are not working more online, along with the Sociable Lawyer’s solutions.
Now there’s a new way to take care of your everyday legal needs — proactively! We are excited to announce new and improved Rocket Lawyer plans that allow members to […]
We recently commissioned a survey that polled 1,000 small business owners to gauge key SMB trends and predictions for 2011. Based on these survey results, we’ve compiled five key steps to help small business owners protect themselves from legal liability.
Two big movies in recent months have much in common: they’re fictionalized accounts of real events, they’re written and directed by top Hollywood players, and they’re doing quite well at […]
A changing legal marketplace has encouraged attorneys and law firms to create innovative ways to deliver legal services to clients. Virtual law practice, one form of elawyering, allows a law firm to retain and work with clients through a secure client portal accessible with an Internet connection and web-browser.
Attention New York Attorneys. The Sociable Lawyer is hosting a Meet-Up at the Grand Central Oyster Bar on October 12th. Come relax and network with colleagues over drinks and appetizers. […]