Month: August 2014

10 Tips for Internet Legal Research on the Cheap

By The Editors at Attorney at Work From the co-author of “Internet Legal Research on a Budget.” Why spend good money on legal research when so many free options are available online? Habit. Fear. Lack of time?

Posted in Practice Management, Solo Practice, Technology

Message from the DBA Young Lawyers Division Chair Elisabeth Mankamyer

It is my pleasure to serve as Chair of the Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, one of the largest and most active YLDs in Colorado. As a DBA YLD member, you will receive periodic announcements about upcoming events, happenings

Posted in Community, DBA YLD News

Networking 102: Tips for events

By Morgan Gabse You’ve heard about the importance of networking, you’ve seen a few tips about gearing up to network, now it’s time to take it to the next level: actual networking. Really, what is “networking”? It’s about connecting with others

Posted in Career Development, Community, Law Student, Marketing, Networking, Volunteering

Things You Didn’t Learn In Law School: Choosing The Right Technology

By Nicole Black These days, technology is a large part of the back end of a law office. Technology helps streamline your law practice and can often simplify your law firm’s processes, saving you both time and money. But that’s

Posted in Career Development, Law Practice Management, Technology, Uncategorized

What You Should Consider When Starting A Solo Law Practice

a lawyer has to consider many new business details that were unnecessary while working for a larger firm. How do taxes differ for sole proprietorships versus other entity types? What are the necessary business or trust accounts for each individual lawyer? What is the most important thing to consider when paying taxes and acquiring insurance?

Posted in Career Development, Professionalism, Solo Practice, Uncategorized