Running a small law firm is like juggling bowling balls, chainsaws and eggs — it takes a special set of skills and it’s sometimes very nerve-wracking, but in any event, it’s never dull.

As the attorney of record at San Diego-based Veta & Veta, Attorneys At Law, practicing law has never been a problem for me or for the other attorneys at my firm; we’re very confident of our skills as lawyers and our ability to properly serve clients. But keeping up with the administrative details of creating a solid, reliable calendaring system had become particularly labor intensive in our rapidly growing practice.

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