Website Promises Lawyers 'One Really Good Idea Every Day'
Via Bob Ambrogi's LawSites blog I learned today about a new website called Attorney at Work. Bob is an advisor to the site, which has launched with the mission of delivering “one really good idea every day” to lawyers on the subject of law practice management. Regular contributors to the site will include people like Steve Matthews and Jordan Furlong, who are well known for their work at Stem Legal in this area. The website adds that others including Monica Bay, Patrick J. Lamb and Gerry Riskin will also contribute content.
The site seems to be getting cranked up now, and had three new posts on Dec. 6. Did it meet its goal of providing one really good idea that day? One of the posts basically suggested that busy lawyers delegate more, which is probably too obvious to meet the "really good idea" test. Another discusses electronic greeting card options -- meh. But the third by Steve Mathews suggests that lawyers trying to stay on top of many streams of information add an RSS reader to their daily lives. I completely agree with Steve that "for those who want a competitive advantage without a huge time investment, a personal RSS reader is a 'must have' tool." That is, as the website promises, a "really good idea."
Posted by Bruce Carton on December 9, 2010 at 12:25 PM | Permalink
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