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7 Important Data Security Practices for Law Firms

Posted by Alex Hay on Oct 7, 2021

Each year, law firms have emails, passwords, and other personal data stolen through third-party websites like Dropbox and LinkedIn. This stolen information can be exploited by hackers to access sensitive materials, hold accounts for a ransom, and for other malicious acts.

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Topics: Law Firm, Technology

5 Characteristics of Good Law Firm Management and Leadership

Posted by Alex Hay on Aug 26, 2021

Contrary to the beliefs of some people, law firms are not immune to common hardships faced by traditional businesses--staff reductions, lost deals, remote working and internal reorganizing are just a few examples.

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Topics: Law Firm, Leadership

The Best Practice Management Software Programs for Law Firms

Posted by Alex Hay on Oct 1, 2020

Managing a law firm can be an overwhelming job. On top of juggling cases and filing court documents, it can be difficult to keep up with the actual accounting and billing of your time. When it comes to legal matters, every second counts, and practices strive to find new ways to run more efficiently.

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How Online Voting Software Is Promoting Innovation in the Legal Industry

Posted by Mia Logan on Apr 26, 2018

Digital ballots and online polling help law firms create more innovative practices along with boosting associate retention.

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Topics: Law Firm

A Vote for Corruption, Bureaucracy...or the Board of Governors?

Posted by Katie McCaskey on Oct 27, 2017

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“Two candidates castigate the bar for a variety of complaints, including perceived corruption, bloated bureaucracy and alleged misbehavior of bench officers.”

This juicy description describes a 2010 State Board of California election in the periodical, The California Bar Journal. The article goes on to briefly outline the fourteen candidates and their districts.

What’s notable is how the article opens. The 2010 election was a hybrid election:

“for the first time [the California Bar Association] permits voters to cast ballots electronically or with a traditional mail-in ballot.” (emphasis added)

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Topics: Law Firm, Board of Governors, Online Voting

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