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What Is Your Law Firm's Social Media Strategy
By Jim Calloway
Everyone (including me) says your law firm has to have a website and almost everyone says that your law firm really needs to also have social media accounts, which are also, at least in part, websites. Most of you understand how that can be true as two of your big gateways for online information are Google searches and Facebook. 
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- September 13, 2014 -- Vol. 85, No. 23

Recent Technology News and Developments 2014
By Jim Calloway
There’s been quite a lot of technology-related news over the last several months.  Rather than featuring just a few items, I decided to do a roundup of many of these items with a few comments.
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Aug. 9, 2014 -- Vol. 85, No. 20
What We Saw At ABA TECHSHOW 2014
By Jim Calloway
ABA TECHSHOW 2014 was reported to have had an all-time record number of registered attendees, including at least seven from Oklahoma. There are other legal technology conferences, but ABA TECHSHOW is special. 
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- May 17, 2014 -- Vol. 85, No. 14
Reading Online News Items (2014 Edition)
By Jim Calloway
The 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web just occurred. 
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Apr. 12, 2014 -- Vol. 85, No. 11
Rocking On Tulsa Time!
By Jim Calloway
2014 OBA Solo & Small Firm Conference
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Mar. 15, 2014 -- Vol. 85, No. 8
What Tech Tool Should I Use to Do That?
By Jim Calloway
How do I do that?
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Feb. 15, 2014 -- Vol. 85, No. 5
Adopting Mobile Technology - What Does That Mean for Today's Lawyers?
By Jim Calloway
What does this mean for today's lawyers?
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Jan. 18, 2014 -- Vol. 84 No. 2
Speech Recognition - It Really, Really Works
 By Jim Calloway
Speech recognition has improved greatly over the years.
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Dec. 14, 2013 -- Vol. 84 No. 33
Small Firm Lawyers and Innovation
By Jim Calloway
Encouraging innovative behavior in law firms is a challenge.
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Nov. 2, 2013 -- Vol. 84 No. 29
Seven Deadly Sins of Opening a New Solo Law Practice
By Jim Calloway
We offered our Opening Your Law Practice class in Tulsa and Oklahoma City in October. 
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Oct. 12, 2013 -- Vol. 84 No. 27
The Virtual Law Practice
Are We All Virtual Lawyers Now?
By Jim Calloway
Many lawyers have never considered being involved with virtual law practice.
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Sept. 14, 2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 23 
Big Ideas Can Come in Small Packages
By Jim Calloway 
Big Ideas Issue of Law Practice Magazine July/August 2013
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- August 17, 2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 21
Gathering Evidence - 21st Century Style
By Jim Calloway 
The Craigslist Killer Case and Boston Marathon Bombing Manhunt Demonstrate the Importance of Digital Clues
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- May 18, 2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 14
Ten Improved Fastcase Tools
By Jim Calloway 
How long has it been since you last used Fastcase?
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Apr. 13, 2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 11
The Basics of the Lawyer’s iPad
By Jim Calloway 
The iPad has proven very popular with the legal profession. 
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Mar. 16, 2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 8
The Stress-Free Law Practice
By Jim Calloway
Many of you saw the title of this column and began to read it, thinking either, “That is absolutely impossible,” or “Yes, I want that.” This column will address both of those opposing expectations.
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Feb. 16, 2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 5
Planning for 2013
By Jim Calloway
Hopefully at some point during the last few months of 2012, the lawyers in your firm had a meeting or a series of meetings to discuss what your plans are for 2013. In larger firms most of the planning may have been done by a management team working with the firm administrator. But at some point, there was likely a meeting with, or communication to, all of the lawyers.
Originally published in the Oklahoma Bar Journal -- Jan. 12,2013 -- Vol. 84, No. 2