Helping lawyers manage and grow small law firms.
Bringing your work on vacation is no vacation at all.
I bought my iPad early last May. Determined to be a less-paper office, I envisioned that the iPad would render my legal pads obsolete. 15 months later, I've disabused myself of those notions. No, I'm not getting rid of my yPads anytime soon. Here are a few reasons why.
You will have to ask for help from other lawyers from time to time. If you do it right, you benefit not only yourself, but your client too.
Bow ties aren't just for nerds and clowns. You too can effectively incorporate bow ties into your professional wardrobe in five easy steps.
Upon reading Josh’s post yesterday reflecting on the first 18 months of the firm, I took a few seconds to think about where my firm’s been since my partner and I joined forces, about 18 months ago ourselves. And after some quiet contemplation, I recognize that it’s not just a Horatio Alger “pull yourself up by […]
In light of yesterday’s post about not dressing like a pompous ass, I feel like it’s time to revisit my recurring topic of men’s dress. A while ago, someone asked me to write a post about the five shoes that every lawyer needs. But really, a lawyer needs only one style of shoe, which he ought […]
People will hate you as a lawyer. You need to deal with it and keep your reputation intact.
Young lawyers need to build their book of business to make themselves valuable. We discuss some practical ways to build your book.