Three years ago, I accepted a position to move in-house and work for a company. The move was a fulfillment of a set of personal goals. Unfortunately, the decision to become an in-house lawyer also slowly eliminated my desire to be The Droid Lawyer.

Oddly, the biggest hangup for me was that I felt someone disingenuous drafting posts about “working lawyers,” all while I was not actually a “working lawyer.” I felt (and probably still feel) that I wasn’t being truthful talking about Google or Android, while living a separate in-house life.

But I’ve slowly accepted the truth that I’m very much still connected to the reality of Android (and Google) lawyers, if not somewhat remotely. I still manage a “law office,” albeit non-traditional, and still utilize many of the same tools to manage cases, receive emails, and communicate my needs with “clients” and opposing parties. I also still deal with third parties (plaintiffs and defendants), and other parties in litigation and negotiations.

These realizations have enabled me to slowly get back a desire to share my knowledge, and also to encourage you to share your knowledge.

So over the course of the coming days, weeks, and months, I’ll be generating more lawyer-specific content, which I hope will help you grow your business and use the technology more effectively. If you have content you’d like to submit, please let me know.

Jeff Taylor

I'm just an ordinary guy living an extraordinary life. I'm also an attorney and I blog about Android for lawyers. You can follow me on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Google+.

1 Comment

Reed Martz · February 6, 2018 at 8:23 am

Glad to see you back

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