Let’s put aside the virtual “North of Umgeni River Property Law” Facebook page, and use our own Tech4Law Facebook page to continue this session, in other words – eating our own dogfood - this will allow us to demonstrate our efforts in a real live environment.
The Last Will and Testament, expressing the final wishes of an individual as far as his or her earthly possessions and funeral arrangements are concerned, is arguably the most important document a person will ever sign.
Lifelong learning focus: – lawyers investing in mediation training enhance the information and support provided to clients when considering mediation as a means of dispute resolution.
Small can be big when it comes to productivity. For lawyers, there are a variety of small apps and programs that simplify common tasks and let you squeeze a few more minutes out of a busy day. Here are 10 worth checking out.
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We continue from last weeks’ article - Starting a Facebook Page for Your Law Firm – Baby Steps – and now we continue the setup to complete our Facebook page profile.
Congratulations to the first winner of the Olympus Audio S.A Giveaway – Margaret Bigby from Durban.
With the focus on African research, Sabinet proudly launched the new SA ePublications platform on September 2, 2016, at Gallagher Estate in Midrand, Johannesburg. The Sabinet team, key stakeholders, thought leaders as well as Derek Watts shared in the excitement of the dynamic international platform - www.journals.co.za - enhanced with a desire to shape the future of African research.
Twitter is a great platform for meeting and nurturing relationships with fellow professionals, sharing your thoughts and useful links, and catching up on the latest news and trends. It’s also a terrific tool to learn by monitoring targeted practice area topics and following industry and legal experts and thought leaders.
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