These articles provide advice for lawyers and other authors, editors and translators working on legal documents.
Many law schools are failing to adequately prepare students for the profession. In this article, Ivy Grey shows how improved legal writing classes can help make legal education more practical.Read More
Learn how to plan and implement naming conventions as an important and impactful first step in the process of taking your legal firm paperless.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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?Read More
Cutting down on word processing time is one of the easiest ways to reduce waste, and yet one of the least acted on. Here's how to do it.Read More
The completely paperless law firm may be unrealistic. However, almost the same cost and environmental benefit can be achieved by just just reducing paper waste. Find out the best way to start.Read More