The Digital Edge
The Digital Edge, hosted by Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and Jim Calloway, provides listeners with tips and tools for career success, as well as cutting-edge technology news. Nelson and Calloway invite noted authors, speakers, and legal technologists to discuss topics at the intersection of law and technology.
Your favorite nerdy-lawyer wishlist is back yet again! Tune in for Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson’s top picks for the gift-giving season. Happy Holidays! Tech Toys 2022: FlexiSpot EN1 Standing Desk Pixel,...
Shawn Holahan knows how disasters can affect your practice first hand. Experiencing the effects of Hurricane Katrina, she learned that when a disaster happens, confusion reigns, but having a disaster plan in...
In August, Lloyds of London announced that beginning in 2023 all of its insurer groups will exclude “catastrophic” state-backed attacks from their cyber insurance policies. And, unfortunately, this is just one of...
Why does your law firm need documented standard operating procedures? Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway find out with guest Catherine Sanders Reach. Catherine outlines the common problems that arise when operating procedures...
Many law practice management software vendors have been working to provide one-stop shop platforms that meet all the basic needs of a law firm, thereby streamlining processes formerly served by multiple vendors....
Today’s law students grew up side by side with technology and typically view it as an integral part of their lives and futures as lawyers. As such, today’s law schools are working...
If you’ve struggled to afford cyber insurance, you’re not alone. In the past year, prices rose by 30 to 40 percent, and some law firms, especially solos and smalls, were forced to...
When starting your own law firm, you don’t know what you don’t know! Thankfully, those who have gone before have plenty of tips for avoiding common mistakes. One such lawyer, Mark Bassingthwaighte,...
Is there potential for a mass exodus of women from the legal profession? Multiple studies have shown that the pandemic was harder on women, with increased home responsibilities falling disproportionately upon them...
Brooke and Ivan give an inside look at the exciting tracks and sessions available for TECHSHOW 2022 attendees.
Judge John Tran offers his tips for lawyers for becoming competent and comfortable with technology in remote proceedings.
Tony Sirna gives an overview of the evolution of digital court reporting and the improvement it has brought about in court proceedings.
Merry Tech Toys season! Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson share their top wishlist picks for the holidays.
Dru Armstrong offers insights on how payment platforms make life easier for attorneys.
Judge Herbert Dixon discusses plans for the future of the ABA Journal.
Jordan Furlong explains current legal re-regulation trends and offers guidance for legal professionals as they navigate this new wave of industry changes.
Nota CEO Paul Garibian talks through best practices for managing IOLTA accounts.
Natalie Kelly shares insights on the important work of the Southern Poverty Law Center and her role in modernizing its legal operations.
Ben Schorr digs into 10 features of Microsoft 365 that lawyers find particularly well-suited to the unique needs of legal practice.
Mary Vandenack shares how her firm navigated pandemic-era changes and her tips for shifting your business model to accommodate the needs of your clients.
Jack Newton shares insights on Clio’s first solo-focused trends report and offers tips for how to stay competitive in the midst of pandemic-era changes in solo practice.
Nothing in life is free… or is it? Gyi Tsakalakis shares no-cost methods for improving your online presence to gain more clients.
ABA TECHSHOW co-chairs Allan Mackenzie and Roberta Tepper offer a sneak peek at the content and events coming to this year’s fully online conference.
Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson give their take on which of the many pandemic-related changes will most likely impact the future of the legal profession.
Tech Toys are back! Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson share their favorite wishlist picks for the 2020 holiday season.
Arizona Vice Chief Justice Ann Timmer gives an overview of the state’s reforms allowing lawyers and non-lawyers to share fees.
Margaret Ogden, wellness coordinator at the Supreme Court of Virginia, shares insights into new initiatives focused on attorney mental health and wellbeing.
Young lawyer Graham Bryant shares the struggles of his demographic as they cope with the hardships of the pandemic.
A/V forensics expert David Notowitz discusses strategies for enhancing your presentations of audio and video evidence in court.
Bob Ambrogi, Joe Patrice, and Tom Mighell join Sharon and Jim to discuss their experiences in the world of legal podcasting.
Professor Richard Susskind shares insights on how the pandemic will impact the future of online legal and court services.
Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway offer guidance for weathering COVID-19 and its economic impacts on the legal profession.
Richard Ferguson offers tips for selecting the right technology tools for your law firm.
Stewart Levine discusses his ABA-published book about practical strategies for increasing lawyer well-being.
Erin Levine offers insights on how to meet the changing needs of modern legal consumers.
ABA TECHSHOW 2020 co-chairs Heidi Alexander and Catherine Sanders Reach share insights.
Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway share their list of must-have tech toys for 2019!
Katy Goshtasbi shares strategies for clearly defining your values in order to effectively grow your brand.
John Simek offers essential cybersecurity tips for solo and small firm lawyers.
Lance Johnson, contributing features editor of the ABA’s Law Practice magazine, gives an overview of recent articles in the magazine’s Big Ideas Issue.
Brooke Moore discusses the benefits of moving to a virtual law practice and shares useful tactics for setting up a web-based firm.
Roberta Tepper talks about digital addiction for lawyers and gives a step-by-step process of how legal professions can reduce their time when using their mobile devices.
Tom Martin talks about how chatbots are being put to work in the legal industry.
Stacey Caywood and Dean Sonderegger discuss the Wolters Kluwer 2019 Future Ready Lawyer Survey.
Gyi Tsakalakis gives an overview of some of the best strategies solo/small firms can use in their marketing plans.
Sofia Lingos talks about the ABA 2018 Legal Technology Survey.
David Colarusso talks about the Learned Hands project.
Lincoln Mead and John Simek share how the conference stays current on tech for lawyers and give tips on how to best prepare for attending the show.
Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway share their complete list of picks for the best new technology -- some serious and some just plain fun.
Chris Newbold discusses the role of malpractice carriers and how the risk assessment process changes in law practice and the future of the profession.
Marlene Gebauer and Greg Lambert talk about the skills of law librarians and the roles they play in different areas of the law.
Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. is president of the digital forensics, managed information technology and cybersecurity firm Sensei...
Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Management Assistance Program, Jim Calloway is a recognized speaker on legal...
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