The 2018 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide: Critical Decisions Made Simple written by Sensei’s Sharon Nelson, John Simek, and Michael Maschke was recently featured in “Beach Reads: Books To Help You Run A Successful 21st Century Law Firm” by Nicole Black with Above the Law.
Excerpt: Technology changes so quickly that it can sometimes feel overwhelming. Get your head out of the sand and get up to speed on the latest legal technology advancements with these three books:
- Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide: Critical Decisions Made Simple. Written by Attorney Sharon Nelson, Certified Information Systems Security Professional John Simek, and Digital Forensics Examiner Michael Maschke, this book covers a vast range of hardware and software, provides a wealth of information and tips on choosing the right tools for your firm, and offers their perspective on the impact of emerging technologies on the practice of law
- The Lawyer’s Guide To Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, Second Edition. Tom Mighell and Dennis Kennedy co-author this guide designed to help lawyers use today’s legal technology to collaborate on and manage cases with clients, co-counsel and more. I’ll be reviewing the Second Edition and sharing tips from it in my next column, so stay tuned for that.
- Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet: Conducting Effective, Free, Investigative and Legal Research on the Web. Co-authored by Carole Levitt and Mark E. Rosch, this book offers tons of information and guidance for lawyers seeking to use the Internet to conduct investigative and legal research.