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Helping lawyers manage and grow small law firms.
If you are trying to go truly paperless, you need to do something about those handwritten notes you sometimes take. The iPad Pro and Pencil provide a digital solution.
In tough economic times like these, some new lawyers may want to open their minds to a different type of risk and go west — or north, or south, or east — to find a job beyond their urban dreams.
Attorney-client privilege email disclaimers usually aren't as effective as lawyers think they are. Here are our legal ethics tips for using them.
A discussion about the problems with bar associations, whether they are still useful, and suggested ways for them to stay relevant.
The introverted lawyer is at risk of malpractice as well as slow intake.
Beyond providing a first line of defense against a client's ethics complaint, notes can be helpful in tracking previous conversations with a client.
Hourly billing is not going anywhere, despite the latest blawg buzz---and here's why.
Knowing when it is time for withdrawal from dysfunctional attorney-client relationships.
If you are a first or second-year law student, you cannot afford to return to school in September without a long list of the things you did this summer to better position yourself to ultimately get a job in this tough economy.