Technology can help you improve your practice if you use it well. For most lawyers, it’s more like picking up a cat by the tail. Listen, and I’ll explain.

The best way to learn is to study other people’s mistakes and successes. This is not common practice, but it’s a good idea. With technology, though, it’s tricky (as I explained in this blog post.

In this episode, I’ll explain in more detail how you can make technology work for you, rather than against you.


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