At Palace Law, we regularly contribute to legal publications. Here are some of the published articles written by Patrick Palace and staff. We are passionate about the exchange of ideas and constantly strive to further our profession.
Accounting Is Not a Four-Letter Word (It’s Ten): Follow These Tips and Stop Losing Money By Patrick Palace and Amanda Moore
Make Your Website an Amusement Park of Engagement with Patrick Palace
Adopting technology is becoming more commonplace in the legal industry. By Jordan Couch
Adopting technology is becoming more commonplace in the legal industry. But with a growing number of in-house tools available, deciding which tools are best for your department is a challenging path to navigate. Jordan Couch chimes in:
Patrick Palace wrote: Reimagining the Law: The Incredible Story of the Rise and Fall (and Rise) of America’s Greatest Legal Corporation
Is Legal Tech Boring Now? By Jordan Couch
Grading The Test: Why the bar exam falls short, and what should replace it. BY JORDAN L. COUCH
50 Startup Tips to get Your Practice Off the Ground
Patrick Palace stresses the importance of business metrics as a way to determine your path to success in this American Bar Association Article.
American Bar Association: Qualitative Data and the True Value of a Case
Jordan Couch explores the lesser-known elements that lawyers need to consider as they assess the value of a case and ways lawyers can track and measure a more comprehensive case value.
American Bar Association: Ask Techie, Featuring Jordan Couch
In this article from the American Bar Association, Palace Law Attorney Jordan Couch weighs in on utilizing technology in your law practice.
Twitter for Lawyers
Throughout the past 15 years, social media has grown from a toy for teens into a driving force in economics, politics, and justice, and the legal profession has not been exempt. There are many reasons for this change, but the leading ones are the simplicity of obtaining legal services online and the personal connection social media allows clients to feel with their attorneys.
3 Tips For Competing – And Succeeding – In The 21st Century Legal Marketplace
What should a law firm do to meet the needs of 21st-century legal clients? Where should a firm’s efforts be focused? Which steps will be most impactful, while still being cost-effective? These aren’t always easy questions to answer. Fortunately, Nora Riva Bergman and Patrick Palace covered many of these issues and more at this year’s ABA Techshow in March. During their talk, “Resetting Your Law Firm For a Changing Economy and Marketplace,” they discussed steps that lawyers can take to strategically compete in today’s competitive legal landscape.
An Immigrant’s Right to Workers Comp by Jordan Couch
Palace Law’s Jordan Couch wrote an article featured on Sound Immigration’s website: https://www.soundimmigration.com/tacoma/ about the rights for injured workers, even if they are undocumented immigrants.
You Can Be a Litigator and Still Be a Yogi with Patrick Palace
Think that being a litigator means you have to be a stressed-out, ulcer-ridden, hard-ass shark? Think again. You can certainly follow that stereotype, or you can have success as a litigator while still keeping it Zen.
If You Step Away From Your Legal Tasks to Learn Tech, You’ll Stop Wasting Time at Work
Patrick Palace was featured in the ABA Journal from his talk at the ABA Tech Show.
Patrick Palace is featured in Avvo’s Lawyernomics Modern JD spotlight.
Jordan Couch’s Gonzaga Law Review Article
Click here to read the Gonzaga Law Review by Jordan Counch, recently published online.
Getting What We Need to Succeed October 2013
Getting What We Need to Succeed