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Nostradami: Law Practice Management Predictions for 2015

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That’s messed up, right? It’s almost 2015. I know, I’m shocked, too. Here’s my face.
With 2015 (wait, what?!) rolling up around the corner, it’s time for the [FILL IN YEAR] predictions blog posts to be, um . . . posted.
Let us enter upon the fray, courtesy of MyCase, which has recently listed no less (and no more) than 9 expert predictions on the (near) future of law practice management.
Now, who’s making predictions? Lee Rosen? Jim Calloway? Susan Cartier Liebel? Stephanie Kimbro? Kevin O’Keefe? Carolyn Elefant?
Well, yeah. But then, there’s also ‘ME‘. I finally made an infographic!
So this means that the only thing left on my bucket list is appearing in an infographic for a 2016 predictions list . . .
. . .
What’s stuck in my head this week? (Too.)
Everytime You Say Goodbye’ by Alison Krauss and Union Station
Alison Krauss sings in a way that makes the angels jealous.
I predict that 2015 will be the Year of Bluegrass. No, strike that: 1952.

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