These 5 tips will help increase your traffic: you’ll develop better writing skills, more interest in your writing from your audience, and higher rankings from search engines and other websites that want to link back to your website. Best of luck and if you need any help, give me a shout!
Record Suspensions in Canada – what are they all about?In this blog, I’ll be talking about Bill C-23’s impact on getting a “pardon” (which may be called a “reco
If you’re looking for a great legal forum, then you should check out Advice Scene – a new place where people can post their legal questions and lawyers (and even law students, paralegals, and judges) can register and respond. BEST OF ALL: it’s FREE for the user and allows responding parties to showcase their knowledge […]
So you want to integrate your blog with twitter? In other words, you want your new blog posts to show up on twitter and your new tweets to show up somewhere on your blog? Easy stuff. Here’s what to do. First, you need both a blog and a twitter account. Then, you simply need to […]
In his blog (“the [non] billable hour“), Matthew Homann (lawyer, mediator, blogger and entrepreneur) recently wrote a blog entitled “Let Your Clients Decide Your Price” (March 9, 2009). In that blog, Matthew challenged lawyers to let their clients set the price of the work they do – after it is done! This is revolutionary, not […]
Looks like the first report issued by Dynamic Legal Forms is still getting mentioned in the press, this time in the Financial Post Blog by Mitch Kowalski. In that report, we researched 1,000 solo / small firm Toronto lawyers on the Internet to determine their web presence. We found that, while many of these lawyers […]
Please note that the information provided herein is not legal advice and is provided for educational purposes only. If you need legal advice with respect to how to make a will, you should seek professional assistance (e.g. make a post on Dynamic Legal Forms). In the next few blog posts, I will provide some general […]
Michael Rappaport’s article about Richard Susskind in this week’s Lawyers Weekly entitled “The end of lawyers as we know it” made me smile. Why? Because the more people who write about what the future of law holds, the more I realize that I am heading down the right track in developing Dynamic Legal Forms. In […]