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About Jared Correia

Jared D. Correia, Esq., is Law Practice Management Advisor at LOMAP.

Follow Jared on Twitter: @jaredcorreia | Email: jared@masslomap.org

Posts by Jared

Got to Give It Up: Sprung Clean Legal Marketing

Certainly, there are aspects of your marketing program that aren’t working. Here are five things to consider to spring clean you legal marketing.

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Night Time is the Right Time: Gaining Perspective from the Law School Experience

Law schools could do a better job of helping students and potential students to become more focused on the real life after law school while they’re still in law school, to take a more practical longview, than they do now, based on some of the things that they do for and in school.

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Smart Phone: Should Solos Go Mobile?

Over time, I have collected a number of advantages to list that argue for using a smartphone as your one business phone, or, less aggressively, as your primary business phone.

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The Utility of Futility: Your Return on Investment Post Mortem and the Resurrection

Instead of merely determining, starkly, whether you have been a, black-or-white, success or failure in meeting your goals, dig deeper.

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UnScrooged: It’s Not All About the Money

You may wish, from time to time, to take that special case that promises, beyond a cash value, something perhaps more important.

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On the Lower Frequencies: Working Off the Go

Rarely do we give over to our active minds a chance to decide their own ways, purely in the context of our own unique perspectives, in all the quiet that still surrounds the web.

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Two Tiers in a Bucket: Time Management on Lock Down

Managing your time through the processing of discrete tasks is the most realistic way to generate consistent and quality work product in the age of information fatigue.

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Super Structure: The Paper-Based System Holding Up Your Paperless Office

The ashes of your papered office can rise again, to form parts of your paperless office.

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Beta Lambs Knew Not: The Case Against the Early Adopters

Even if you don’t register until after the private beta ends, or at some other late hour, you’re not at all in danger of spoiling the party for yourself.

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