Wisconsin lawyers talk about how the economy is affecting their practices and how they're meeting those challenges, whether by taking on new roles or practice areas, streamlining practice management procedures, or better communicating their value to clients.
From providing tips on protecting your privacy to avoiding scams, the State Bar of Wisconsin's law office management Practice411 elist offered useful practice information in 2019. Here they are, all in one place.
Who are Wisconsin's innovators? The "That's a Fine Idea: Legal Innovation Wisconsin" initiative spotlights these risk takers who advance the legal profession with perseverance, creative thinking, and big ideas.
Learn tips and tricks to maximize your results with Google Scholar. Law librarian Beverly G. Butula helps you make the most of this free resource in an upcoming, one-hour CLE seminar, Legal Research Using Innovative Google Methods, from the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE®.
The 2018 Farm Bill's reforms, technology investments, and rural-to-urban diversification provisions will stir up new business for strapped farmers and emerging entrepreneurs. The bill also presents opportunity for Wisconsin lawyers who represent such clients.
A national legal tech expert highlights the most important developments in 2018, from analytics and artificial intelligence to legal research, the ethics of using technology, and access to justice issues. These developments create the momentum for an interesting year ahead.