I’ve been spending the last few days preparing for teaching my classes at the University of Michigan and at Michigan State University this week. Many, many others are also preparing to work from home, teach from home, and attend classes from home.

Collaboration, especially online collaboration, has been a focus of mine for many years. Tom Mighell and I updated and published the second edition of our book, “The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together” in 2018, so much of the book is still quite current, especially the chapters and checklists on how to think about, plan for, and use collaboration technologies in organizations.

I’m not here, however, to hawk the book. Instead, I wanted to point you to some of the podcasts and articles Tom and I have done over the years. They will give you a lot of tips and insights as you start your move into the online world of work.



Also, as I find useful links to resources about remote work and online collaboration, I plan to tweet links to them at either or both of @denniskennedy and @dkennedyblog.

And, as usual, the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center and Law Technology Today blog are great resources for ongoing cover of these kinds of tools and related resources.


[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]

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