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This month the ABA Book Briefs Podcast welcomes back Sharon Nelson and John Simek, co-authors of the newly updated 2010 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide. Listen to this episode to learn what's new in this 2010 edition and get advice for small firms on purchasing technology for your...
Producing documents is one of the most important tasks in a law firm. Microsoft Word has arguably become the industry standard for this task. In this ABA Book Briefs Podcast, Ben Schorr author of the ABA best-seller The Lawyer's Guide to Microsoft Word 2007 discusses why efficient document creation...
There is more movement in the legal profession today than possibly ever in history. However, when a key partner leaves a firm there is often no clear understanding of the ethical and fiduciary duties to the firm and its clients. These gray areas can lead to financial losses and litigation between...
This month we interview Anders Etgen Reitz, the editor of the ABA book Labor and Employment Law in the New EU Member and Candidate States. In this ABA Book Briefs Podcast Anders shares the current challenges in Labor and Employment law, identifies opportunities in labor and employment for the...
In this episode of the ABA Book Briefs podcast, we interview David Steiger, author of the ABA book The Globalized Lawyer: Secrets to Managing Outsourcing, Joint Ventures, and other Cross-Border Transactions.
This month we interview legal technology experts Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., John W. Simek, and Michael C. Maschke, coauthors of the best-selling ABA book The 2009 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide: Critical Decisions Made Simple. In this episode of the ABA Book Briefs Podcast, our authors...
In this episode of the ABA Book Briefs Podcast we talk to Salli Swartz, editor of the ABA book Careers in International Law, Third Edition about what an attorney needs to know before launching a career in International Law.
In this month’s episode of the ABA Book Briefs Podcast we interview Tom Mighell and Dennis Kennedy renowned legal technology experts and co-authors of the ABA book The Lawyer's Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together. In this interview Tom and Dennis share...
In this episode of the ABA Book Briefs Podcast legal writing expert Bryan Garner author of the new ABA Book Garner on Language and Writing shares his views on the state of modern legal writing and provides guidance on how you can become a better writer.
This episode of the ABA Book Briefs podcast series was produced in cooperation with the ABA Tort, Trial, and Insurance Practice Section’s Animal Law Committee. In this podcast, Gilda Mariani, 2007-2008 chair of the ABA TIPS Animal Law Committee interviews Raj Panjawani editor of the ABA book...