Resources 2017-03-09T13:48:10+00:00


Share Your Resources!

These resources were all recommended by our members. But we are always looking for more. What resources do you use in your practice that you can’t live without? Email Bryan or Chris and we’ll add them to this list.

    The legal industry runs on referrals. From attracting visitors to growing your network of attorneys, brings your entire referral process together. The Result? A user-friendly experience, greater efficiency, and a referral strategy that works.
  • Unbundled Attorney
    Unbundled Attorney is a lead generation service that delivers exclusive leads directly into your inbox in real time.
  • Uber Conference
    A slick interface for conference calls. No PINs. Know who called in, who is talking, mute background noise, call-out to participants, screen sharing, HD Audio via computer, integrate with Google Hangouts, call stats, and more. Free account with advertising; or pro accounts without advertising and added features for $10/month.
  • Slack
    Slack improves the user experience of communicating online using dedicated channels for an organization that can be broken down into different channels. Basic accounts are free. Premium accounts are $6-$12 per user per month.
  • DocuSign
    Use DocuSign to complete approvals and agreements from anywhere and on any device. Quickly and securely access and sign documents. Easily upload and send documents for others to sign. Send reminders and check signing status any time. Price is about $300/year (but anyone can sign for free).
  • KM Standards
    Free standardized contracts and clauses built on analysis of SEC EDGAR. Manage your own content with private libraries and document assembly. A contract analysis platform that automates large-scale contract portfolio review.
  • Docracy
    An open collection of legal contracts and platform to negotiate and sign documents online.
  • Docassemble
    A free, open-source expert system for guided interviews and document assembly, based on Python, YAML, and Markdown.
  • CommonAccord
    CommonAccord is an initiative to create global codes of legal transacting by codifying and automating legal documents, including contracts, permits, organizational documents, and consents. We anticipate that there will be codes for each jurisdiction, in each language.
  • Spideroak
    Encrypted group chat and file sharing for teams and businesses. Reliable backup for your home, small business, or enterprise. #1 for ransomware protection.
  • Tutanota
    The privacy-conscious email service Tutanota encrypts your emails automatically, no profiling possible. Open source and forever free.
  • Proton Mail
    ProtonMail is the world’s largest secure email service, developed by CERN and MIT scientists. We are open source and protected by Swiss privacy law.
  • Automate the Boring Stuff Udemy Course
    This is the course that (in a way) got this group started. You can learn the basics of coding in Python using this course.
  • Atom
    Atom is a great text editor that is more intuitive than the idle editor.
  • Xero
    Xero is a cloud based accounting platform that integrates with most banks and other third party apps like PayPal, Stripe, etc. They have different pricing models, but the most practical is about $30/month.
  • MileIQ
    Automatically capture the deduction for business miles. (Owned by Microsoft.) $60/year.
  • Yoast SEO (WordPress Plugin)
    Yoast SEO is a WordPress SEO plugin that incorporates everything from a snippet editor to real time page analysis functionality. It helps you optimize your pages content, images titles, meta descriptions and more. Free with optional premium services.
  • MailChimp
    MailChimp allows you to send marketing emails, automated messages, and targeted campaigns, and it provides detailed reports help you keep improving over time. Free with premium accounts.
  • Asana
    Asana is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work. It was founded in 2008 by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-engineer Justin Rosenstein, who both worked on improving the productivity of employees at Facebook. It also works as a lite weight CRM for small businesses. Price: Free for small groups. Premium accounts are about $10/user/month.
  • Gqueues
    A collaborative online task manager for Google and G Suite users. Share lists with others so you can create and edit tasks together. Stay in sync across your company, team, or people you choose from Google Contacts. Price: Free with premium accounts priced at $25 or $50 per year per user.
  • Harvest
    Time, billing and invoicing for freelancers. Mobile apps, project budgeting, easy teams building. Integrates with stripe for payments, Asana, Quickbooks, Xero, and others. Approx. $10-$12/pp/mo.