Legal Productivity… Hooha!

December 1, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

If you’re wondering what the title of this post is about, don’t ask me.  I’m being productive; I don’t have time for titular entertainment.  Besides, the real entertainment here is this handy dandy (fre)e-book, Legal Productivity: How Project Management, GTD, and Tomatoes Can Transform the Way You Practice Law.

I’ve long been obsessed with David Allen of Getting Things Done fame (heck, his book is in the column on the right of this post), and this Legal Productivity e-book takes his organization principles and applies them to the practice of law.  Frankly, it’s not that different than the regular GTD system, but it is a nice, shorter and more concise introduction to the principles, and a good refresher for those of us who are already converts.

The e-book is provided by Rocketmatter legal practice management extraordinaires.  I find the first half to be the most helpful part, but the whole thing is well put together and useful.

Solo and small firm attorneys should contact me by email or phone at 608-620-3529 to schedule a free consultation.

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