Tag Archives: legal

Registering Your Non-Profit Entity in the System of Award Management (SAM.gov)

In order to be paid by the US Federal government under a contract – including a services contract for delivery by a non-profit organization – your non-profit must be registered in the System of Award Management – often referred to by its acronym SAM. Firstly, you should NEVER pay someone to register you in SAM.  We cannot emphasize this enough. We do not offer this as a service on principle! It is free to register and as the representative of your organization you can do Continue reading →

Making Legal Easy: Ithemes and WordPress Webinars

What You Should know about images and US copyright Talk Recording: “What You Should Know About Website Images and U.S. Copyright” Handout: Intro to Copyright 9 Liability Risks of Building a Website Talk Recording: “9 Liability Risks of Building a Website” Handout: Website Liability Risks  What you need to know about GDPR Talk Recording: “What you need to know about GDPR”  Handout: GDPR Essentials Preparing for the Worst as a WordPress Business Owner Talk Recording: “Preparing for the Worst as a WordPress Business Owner” Handout: Continue reading →

Why You should care about Legal Client Education

Let’s face it. I know you’re asking why you as an attorney should care about legal client education. After all, aren’t they paying you because of how much you know? Well, no. They are paying you to add value. Bottom line: most of the time, our clients don’t understand us. In every context where I’ve worked, whether in law, higher education, non-profit or social enterprise and within the military community, general legal literacy was poor. And in the many negotiations, emails, conference calls, deals, everything Continue reading →

5 reasons why your law firm should not have a blog

It might seem strange for a company that provides specialist legal content to explain why you law firm should not have a blog, but we pride ourselves on our honesty! When we speak to legal partners and solo attorneys we often find that they don’t know why they have a blog attached to their firm website, or if they do they don’t think it is doing them much good. As much as we create compelling and readable content about legal topics for non specialist audiences, Continue reading →

WordCamp Birmingham

It’s been 16 years since Anna was last in Birmingham, Alabama! She’s excited to be back y’all, for WordCamp Birmingham 2018. This is Anna’s second time speaking at a WordCamp for 2018, following WordCamp Albuquerque earlier in the year! To buy tickets go here The lovely organizing team at WordCamp Birmingham spotlighted Anna on their website earlier this week, alongside two other speakers! She will be giving two talks at WordCamp Birmingham – 5 Things WordPress Users need to know about Copyright and Intellectual Property Continue reading →