Bar Associations are Failing Lawyers
There are 33 mandatory state bar associations and 20 voluntary state bars. Each of them is failing their members.
We have talked about the problems with bar associations, wondered whether they are still useful, and suggested ways for them to stay relevant. This is one bar association president's answer.
How Can Bar Associations Stay Relevant?
If bar associations would solve some of these problems, we might not be discussing how they can stay relevant.
Going Out of Business, Bar Association Edition
I often wonder, when I hear that old trope about the "image problem," if maybe bar associations' image problem starts at the top, at the president.
Can Solos and Small Firms Benefit from Bar Associations?
Active bar association membership involves a time and money commitment. Is the payoff worth it for attorneys in their own firm or another small firm?
I’ve Got Underwear Older than You: Dealing with ‘Senior’ Members of the Bar
I take a look at one particular run-in with a senior lawyer, and how young lawyers can deal with senior lawyers in general.
Why You Should (?) Renew Your Bar Association Membership
A couple of weeks ago, I asked why I ought to renew my bar association membership. Well, July 1st was the renewal date, and I decided to let it go. Then I had breakfast with Eric Cooperstein, who is making his way up my local bar’s leadership ladder, and he tried to change my mind. […]
Why Should I Renew My Bar Association Membership?
I just received my state and local bar membership dues invoice, and I’m staring at the $528 price tag wondering whether I ought to renew.
A Universal Marketing Checklist for Young Lawyers
By taking these steps, associates and young lawyers can transform their legal careers from supporting associate to rainmaking partner.