This month's edition includes a feature article from All-State Legal about QR codes, information about upcoming programs across the state, event recaps, member spotlight featuring Wendy Clifford and other hot topics.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A journalist. I was always interested in media and how public opinion is formed and influenced. Where has your career path taken you? I started my career in international sales of film and TV in Los Angeles. After I completed my MBA, I focused
LawCaseXchange, a new company that opened Friday, is aiming for its online case documents service to become known as a Dropbox for lawyers, its founder said. Law Technology News reports that founder and CEO Shayn McFarland spent the past 11 years as a paralegal. He observed that case files were
Copper Conferencing sponsors legal associations across the country, but no single association sponsorship has been more insightful and valuable than the one we have with the LMA Capital Chapter.
This new, strange-looking symbol looks like a bar code, but there are no bars. It's a square with an odd array of black and white areas. What is this thing and what can it do for legal marketers? Well, it's called a QR code, short for a Quick Response Code.