Free Stuff for Going Solo; an excerpt from Launching a 21st Century Law Practice
Free Stuff for Going Solo excerpt from Launching a 21st Century Law Practice By Carolyn Elefant
Rule 2: Evaluate Free versus Fee Is it secure? Will it support your law firm’s mission critical functions? Is it convenient for your clients? Is it professional?
Function Free or FreemiumBusiness Plan Template canvarise.comPlanning Tools freelanceswitch.com, MyShingle.comWord Processing Google Docs, Open OfficeLegal Research Google Scholar, Fastcase App.Timekeeping TogglInvoicing Quicken, simple invoiceCredit card payments Squareup.com paypal.comAppointments Online appointy.com, bookfresh.comScheduling whenisgood.netDocument Storage Dropbox, Google Docs, Box.netForms Google Docs, WufooWeb Development Wix, Weebly, Google sitesBlogging Blogger, WordPressClient Portal Total Attorneys ($1/month), [Clio, MyCaseInc, RocketMatter, more}Email, Fas Gmail, Yahoo, [add domain, Google Apps for added security] efaxVoicemail Google VoiceE-signing echosignConference Call freeconferencecall.comWeb Platform & recording Anymeeting.com (up to 200 free)Event Registration eventbrite.comOnline Presence Social Media (LinkedIn, FB, Twitter, JDSupra, Avvo, all free)Invitations/Announcements evite.comPhotos flickr.comInfographics visual.ly