Verizon Mobile Hotspots: Smartphone vs. MiFi
Not all hotspots work alike. Which device should you use for office work outside the office.
The Good, The Bad, the “Listserv”
A look at the reasons why you should join a listserv. Also, why you might hate it.
Leaving Work at Work
What can the lunch-pailers teach lawyers about achieving work-life balance?
Drop the Distractions and Get to Work
Ditch the distractions and set an appointment to get to work.
Ask the Stupid Questions, Get Smarter
Asking the dumb questions makes you a better lawyer. It's science.
Should Law Schools Require Applicant Interviews?
There are several reasons why law schools should require their applicants to do an interview. So why don't they?
How Much is Technology Really Changing Law Practice?
With all of the new gadgets out there for practitioners, how much has the practice of law actually changing?
Choosing the Right Law School
You decided to go to law school. Awesome. Here are some factors to consider when making your decision of where you should go.
Networking Quality Versus Quantity
Why you should strive for building actual relationships in your networking.
Need an Office? Consider Going Collaborative
A collaborative workspace makes a lot of sense for a new lawyer with a new law practice.
Law School Exam To Do List
Every law student can improve their chances on test day by following some of these basic tips.
Learning (or Mastering) a Second Language
For many attorneys, a profitable--and interesting--use of time is to learn or develop the ability speaking another language.
The View from Behind the Woodshed
Getting dressed down for a mistake you made? Here's how to handle it--with as much grace as possible.
Counterpoint: Go to Law School
Why you might want to ignore practicality and common sense and go to law school anyway.
Applying to the JAG Corps: Make the Cut
How to improve your chances at gaining entry into one of the various JAG Corps. It's competitive, you know?