The Best Law Firm Websites, 2017 Edition

For eight years, we have been finding the best examples of law firm website design from numerous nominations. Our selection criteria include best practices for website design, basic search engine optimization, and website security. See the best law firm websites!

How Lawyers Work: Chad Burton, Former Litigator and Parental Unit

In this week’s edition of How Lawyers Work, we talked to Chad Burton, a former litigator who developed one of the nation’s first “new model” law firms.

The Secret Style Guide the Supreme Court Doesn’t Want You to Read

You can't get any higher than supreme. So when the public gets a glimpse into the inner workings of the Supreme Court, it's a big deal.

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Podcast #117: Minimalism, Ethics, and Tech Competence in Solo Practice, with Erin Gerstenzang

In this episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, we talk to Erin Gerstenzang about her solo criminal defense practice and the challenges of going solo, especially for newer lawyers.

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When It Comes to Reading, Should You Go Paperless?

Going paperless makes a lot of sense. But is it the best approach for reading material like legal briefs?

Civil Rights, Law School Innovation, and Missed History

Three podcasts we're listening to: ABA Journal—Asked and Answered, Legal Toolkit, and Stuff You Missed in History Class.

How to Keep Your Solo Practice Sustainable and Lean

Make sure you can keep your solo practice running until it succeeds by keeping costs down and overhead low.

How Lawyers Work: Greg Siskind, Immigration Lawyer and Bike Nerd

In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we talked to Greg Siskind, founding partner of Siskind Susser, PC, an immigration law firm.

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Three Grammar Rules to Forget (Because They’re Wrong)

Remember those grammar rules you learned back in grade school? It's time to forget them.