There’s No Way to Game the System – Demystifying SEO – Guest Lecture with Conrad Saam

How do we create a web presence that actually works to bring in clients?  Well, this guest lecture may actually surprise you as no one is going to sell you a high-priced web site or bedazzle you with fancy Search Engine Optimization (SEO) ‘tricks’.  Why?  Because you can create a good website on your own […]

A Profession If You Can Keep It: Part I – Setting the Stage

How Information Technology and Fading Borders Are Reshaping the Law Marketplace and What We Should Do About It In late April, I went back to NYU School of Law for Reunion.  The proceedings included presentations on hot-button topics for alumni.   A “must” for me was the presentation by Stephen Gillers, Elihu Root Professor of […]

Isn’t It Time to Stop Thinking and Make Your Move?

It seems everyone is talking about transition. The NYSBA dedicated its entire January 2014 Journal to the topic. Jane Pauley, who hosts ‘Life Reimagined TODAY’, was interviewed on the ‘Sunday Morning’ show January 12th about her new book looking at baby boomers in transition. Even Queen Latifah had Kenneth Delmar (great video), an established painter, appear on her […]

How Will Big Data and Open Source Intelligence Impact Representing Your Clients….

…especially criminal lawyers? This post may be slightly off topic but there is so much discussion about Big Data and predictive or quantitative analysis: Big Data—the neologism refers both to the bounty of information and to its analysis—is on the cusp of revolutionizing health care, scientific research, education, insurance, public health, energy policy, and national […]