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It’s a given that the life of a lawyer will have a significant degree of stress, but we can use healthy habits and behaviors to make the stress bearable.
What can “lawyer-parents” do to survive and (maybe, just maybe) thrive as both lawyers and parents? Here are some tips...
A look at email etiquette. A quick list of etiquette tips for all your professional e-mail communications.
Mentoring programs are the hot new thing at law schools, bar associations, and law firms. Get the most out of a relationship with a mentor.
Job seeking - It’s a tough legal market out there. Firms are getting hundreds of applications for every position they post. Tips to set yourself apart
The importance of doing pro bono work. As busy attorneys, how is pro bono work a “win-win” for us? How can it benefit us professionally and personally?
Etiquette Tips: We function each day with other people and we need to know how to act around them in order to not embarrass ourselves or our firms.
Whatever our transitions look like, there are particular skills, behaviors and habits that will help those transitions be as smooth as possible.
Ten of the most significant mistakes new law firm associates make.