Here are excerpts from the most recent tips on SlawTips, the site that each week offers up useful advice, short and to the point, on technology, research and practice.
I travel a lot. When I‘m on a tight schedule and need to know all my options, getting all available flights by time and cost across multiple airlines in one place is invaluable. For business and personal travel, Kayak and TripAdvisor are two of my favourite travel resources for doing multiple-airline flight searches. You pick your dates of travel and desired departure and/or arrival times, and these sites give you a searchable and sortable list of available flights . . .
I usually talk about currency from the “the quality or state of being current” perspective. Today, I used the Bank of Canada Currency Converter to look at the exchange rate which leads me to today’s tip that deals with another definition of currency:
Look to the Bank of Canada site for money issues. . . .
Do a Budget!
David Bilinsky & Laura Calloway
Rupert Sanders once said: “We just did the best we could with quite a limited budget, to be honest, and had a lot of success.” Rupert may not have been talking about a law firm budget, but his point is that you may be surprised at your success when you take the time to set out the expenses (and income) framework within which you plan to operate in the year.