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More iPhone apps for attorneys

For the past several months, Lawyers USA has been keeping an eye on which iPhone applications provide the most benefit to attorneys plugged into Apple’s increasingly ubiquitous smartphone. Here are some new apps that are making waves in the legal community.

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Producing your own legal podcast

The popularity of podcasts has been skyrocketing in legal circles, allowing attorneys a new outlet to spread news and opinion. Lawyers USA recently spoke with some of the web’s most well-known legal podcasters for tips and suggestions on what lawyers need to know to create a successful podcast.

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Time for a technology upgrade?

With firms across the nation following stricter budgets, attorneys and managers must assess if it’s worthwhile to spend thousands of dollars on upgraded office technology.

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Tips for buying a server for your firm

If your firm has six or more employees who have their own workstations, it might be in the best interest of security and convenience for you to purchase a company server.

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More federal courts are offering digital audio

WASHINGTON - Four more federal courts have begun to offer digital audio recordings of courtroom proceedings as part of an expanded pilot program intended to give more access to information about cases.

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ABA TechShow roundup

Tech columnist Bruce Dorner attended ABA TechShow in Chicago earlier this month. While he was there, he took the opportunity to check out some of the featured products. This month's column will discuss a few of those offerings.

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Tech tips: Using web analytics to increase your traffic

As the Internet becomes an ever-increasing source of clients, it’s extremely valuable to understand how and why potential clients arrive at your website or blog. Web analytics – the information included in the site’s browser log – can provide those ...

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Managing the e-mail beast

It's not uncommon for attorneys to receive 150-200 new e-mails a day. That’s a lot of e-mail, about 25,000 per year. Lawyers USA spoke with several experts about their suggestions for how to best manage the unceasing flow of e-mail.

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