Law Practice Management and Technology
The Bottom Line Volume 34, No. 4, October 2013
- 21st Century Legal Research: Authenticating Electronic Data
- Avoiding Surprises: Plan for Contingencies
- Building Your Client Base Online and Off
- Coach's Corner: “Die With Your Boots On” Is Not a Succession Plan
- Disaster Planning Means Firm Survival
- MCLE Self-Study Article Bridge the Gap: Knowledge Management Simplified
- Message From the Chair, Incoming
- Message From the Guest Editor: How To Manage Not to Waste Your Time
- Using Automation and Outsourcing to Deliver Legal Services in the New Normal Market
- Your Law Firm Culture: Define, Prioritize and Collaborate
- Message From the Chair, Outgoing: Tinker, Labor, Over, Bye!
Message From the Chair, Outgoing: Tinker, Labor, Over, Bye!
By Perry L. Segal, Esq.
The best laid plans. Roadblocks. Follow the yellow brick road. The road not travelled. A fork in the road. Miles to go before I sleep. Would that it were so easy to close out my final column with such wispy words of wisdom (paging Paul McCartney!). But, if you know me at all, you at least know that I tend to err toward pragmatism. Looking at the totality of the past twelve months, Iâd describe it thusly:
1. The glass was half-empty.
2. The glass was half-full.