I’ve written at least a couple times before about websites created in order to allow lawyers to share legal forms and documents. Now there is another one. First, a recap. I wrote last June about Standardforms.org, a legal wiki intended to serve as a free repository of sophisticated legal documents. In 2009, I wrote a [...]
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I will be speaking at two events in the next month:
On Thursday, June 11, I will be on a panel at the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Solo & Small Firm Law Practice Management Symposium. I am on the 3 p.m. panel, “45 Tips in 45 Minutes,” together with Rodney Dowell and Alan Klevan. The day’s theme is “Keeping competitive in uncertain times,” and the program offers a great line-up of speakers.
On Thursday, July 9, I will be a panelist on a Boston program presented by Avvo as part of its East Coast Avvo Tour. The theme of the seminar is, “Among the Experts: Online Marketing for Lawyers.” More details and registration information is available here.
My cellphone pic of this 1843 newspaper is too blurry to read. But in the upper-left hand corner, it bears this notice regarding forms of payment: “Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for the paper.”
This old newspaper was on exhibit at the Cape Ann Museum as part of a display on the history of newspapers.
John Kennard, one of the best photographers I know and THE best photographer of lawyer portraits, alerts me to a not-to-be-missed event this weekend for anyone in the Boston area. It is the first-ever Chelsea Art Walk. John, a principal organizer, says it is “a great opportunity to see some great art in this dynamic little city across the Mystic from Boston.”
The Web site has full details about the event, which takes place this weekend, May 30 and 31.