Ever wonder how American lawyers stack up politically? A new paper “places [every lawyer] who has made a campaign contribution reported to the FEC in the last 35 years on an ideological spectrum.” [Harvard Kennedy School]
Morrison Foerster has a cheatsheet for known cheaters:
If you’re unfamiliar, the pomodoro technique (named for tomato kitchen timers) is a really effective way to be productive. Decide what you are going to do for 20 minutes, set a timer, and then do it. Anyone can focus for 20 minutes. Reward yourself with a break, then do another. It can be nice to do it in groups, but if you work alone, you might want to try a virtual pomodoro group. Lisa Needham and I are actually virtually group pomodoro-ing as I write this. [Lifehacker]
Court records sure are expensive in Alabama:
Finally, what would lawyers do besides practice law? 17% have no idea. 6% can’t imagine doing anything else. And the rest …
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