In 2011, two students approached Prof. Kate Bohl with the idea of creating a new law review, dedicated to advocacy. Knowing my interest in software, Kate asked me to help out on the technical side.
A couple of weeks ago, two colleagues and I attended the ABA Techshow 2017 in Chicago. There were many interesting presentations, a wide range of exhibitors, and over 2000 attendees (mostly practitioners, but with a sprinkling of academics). We left with much to ponder.
As I have mentioned before, the best platform for lawyers seeking their own websites is undoubtedly WordPress. But, as with any software, there can sometimes be problems getting things to work as you want. This post addresses one of the most common issues when using WordPress: plugin conflicts.
As the creator of Webby Books and co-founder and webmaster for the Stetson Journal of Advocacy and the Law (the first online law review designed to be read online), I am often asked what tools or platform I recommend for a law practice looking to create or update its own website.