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Naming Conventions: The Fast, Free, First Step Towards a Paperless Office

Learn how to plan and implement naming conventions as an important and impactful first step in the process of taking your legal firm paperless.

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Is it Worth Joining a Professional Editing Society?

Editing societies exist around the world to inform, promote, market and educate their members. But are they worth the investment it takes to join one?

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Non-breaking Spaces: How to Check Something You Cannot Even See

You can't see the difference between a non-breaking space and a regular space on most screens; so what's the purpose of a non-breaking space, and how can you check that they're used correctly in a document?

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Save Time, Avoid Errors, and Make More Money: How Proofreading Software Can Have a Big Impact for Solo and Small Firm Practices

Download a white paper that examines currently available software and real-world law practices to show the impact that improving a single process like proofreading can have on profits and the practice as a whole.

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Check Your Next Legal Brief for Free

Here are eight things you can check with PerfectIt before your brief goes out in order to make sure your writing is consistent and your arguments won’t be undermined by small errors

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Small is Beautiful: How to Ensure Legal Technology Actually Helps Your Bottom Line

Legal technology shouldn't be synonymous with another pricey failure. Here's an easy way to determine whether a product is right for you and your firm.

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How to Punctuate Bulleted and Numbered Lists

Bulleted and numbered lists help you present your work clearly. However, if lists contain typos or inconsistencies then those will jump out at readers. Find out how to avoid making that mistake.

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Five Tips for Using Numbers in Your Documents

Do you know when to use numerals in sentences and when it's better to spell numbers out? If you were taught a simple rule in school, then it's almost certainly wrong! Find out the correct way here.

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Using Computer Assisted Review in Major Corporate Transactions: Why Little Details Matter Most

A major corporate transaction involves a multitude of details, each with the potential for error. When you’re mired in the details, can you imagine how easy it is to lose sight of other mistakes?

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