The Ethics of Using Social Media As A Client Communications Tool – Guest Lecture with Jared Correia

Jared receives countless questions from new solo lawyers and solos who have been in practice for decades but need advice on law practice management. We like to ask Jared what’s on lawyers’ minds as we have several times before. In Jared’s newest guest lecture, we follow up on his previous guest lecture, You Know Everything […]

SPU in October, November, December…And Into 2013!.

We all have our traditions for bringing in the New Year. For me it is ongoing reflection and preparation for a year of what promises to be radical changes in the world(s) we know.  Everything I’ve read, everything I’ve experienced this last year foretells major changes and transitions globally. It’s simply unavoidable. But on many levels it […]

Could There Be A Better Gift?

The Gift of Learning, Connection, and Shared Community Since opening our doors nearly four years ago we’ve had several requests for gift certificates to SPU! Solo Practice University® now offers Gift Certificates you may purchase for the lawyer or law student in your life!  It’s a great gift for the holidays, birthday, or even a ‘passed […]

E-Discovery: Learning to Do It Right – Guest Lecture with E-Discovery expert, Steven Teppler

“Being a wizard on your computer or being able to put together amazing projects on Garage Band does not mean you can ethically or responsibly handle e-discovery.” Every lawyer needs to understand what e-discovery is and the process of e-discovery, or increasingly risk exposure to malpractice for failure to do due diligence for your client. This […]

Marketing Tip Of The Week – Zazzle ‘Em

Recently, I had the pleasure of spending an entire afternoon with one of my faculty, Deborah Gonzalez. While we were at lunch she went to check her iPhone and I saw her law firm’s logo emblazoned on her iPhone hard plastic protector.  Naturally, I asked her where she got it and she told me Zazzle.com. […]

Digital Asset Management – Guest Lecture with Deborah Gonzalez

Everyone dies.  Often unexpectedly. But there is power in dead hands.  We are the country with the greatest control of our assets after death.  However, most never consider, let alone manage, their digital legacy.  How do we handle, bequeath (or destroy), our digital immortality from medical information to our life story on facebook?  This is […]