A New Lawyer’s Guide to Teaching a CLE (Part 2 of 2)
The nuts and bolts of putting together a CLE: first, pick a topic that won’t make established attorneys wonder “who does she think she is?”
A New Lawyer’s Guide to Teaching a CLE (Part 1 of 2)
Teaching a CLE can be a lot of work, but new lawyers will reap benefits when they do, including public speaking experience and networking exposure.
The Best Advice Can Be To Ignore Others
Young attorneys need to carefully consider the source and content of advice when making a critical decision.
The Secrets of Mingling at Legal Events
The legal profession holds infinite legal and networking events. If you can have fun at legal events, you'll leave feeling energized, not drained
Do You Give Legal Advice Without Realizing It?
Lawyers need to be careful to avoid giving casual legal advice and causing more problems than they are fixing.
5 Ways New Attorneys Can Add Value
As a new attorney, you aren't always ready to offer mind blowing legal strategies, but you can still add value.
Your Practice Should Fit Your Personality
There is more than one way to achieve client goals---attorneys need to trust their gut when making decisions.
Undertaking a Task for the First Time
There are lots of opportunities for a junior attorney to undertake a task for the first time. How to make it look like you know what you're doing?
Pregnant at Work
I'm 30 weeks pregnant, and the pregnancy has affected work in expected and unexpected ways.
Enjoying Litigation’s Ebb and Flow
Sometimes litigation is fast-paced and other times, after a case settles, it affords time for rest and rejuvination. Embrace the ebb and flow.
Book Review: Thrive (a New Lawyer’s Guide to Law Firm Practice)
Thrive (a New Lawyer's Guide to Law Firm Practice) is the perfect graduation gift for new lawyers starting big firm practice.
Treating the Senior Partner Like a Client
Treat the partner like the client. The approach means that I am producing top-quality work, offering solutions, and thinking about next steps.
Feeling Gun Shy After a Mistake
Don't let your last mistake become an obsession that will prevent you from moving on. Analyze your mistake, don't dwell, and move on.
Why It’s OK to Tell a Client ‘I Don’t Know’
Have the guts to admit you don't know the answer. Nothing says "confidence" more than that.
Too Busy to Take on More?
A senior attorney stops by your office and asks if you have time help out with a project. Do you have time or are you too busy?