Lisa Needham

Lisa Needham

Lisa Needham is an editor at, helps direct the legal writing program at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and still believes in the Oxford comma.

Windows 10 Is Collecting a Ton of Your Data for No Good Reason

Fee Splitting is Mostly About Protecting Lawyers, Not Clients

Want to Focus on Your Goals? Let Your Mind Wander

The Robot Lawyer Is Now Tackling Evictions, at Least in Britain

If-Then Statements: A Simple Way to Cut Email Chains Down to Size

Your Smart Locks and Smart Thermostats Are Definitely Not Smart, Security-Wise

It’s about Time the ABA Added Anti-Harassment Language to the Model Rules

A Quick Look at the ABA’s Report on the Future of Legal Services

Stop Changing Your Password All the Time

Crowdfunded Litigation Financing: Out of Semi-Obscurity and Into the Wall Street Journal

For Women, Stereotype Threat Leads to Stress

The Battle Over Competitive Keywords in Google Adwords Marketing

What Skills Should New Lawyers Have?

BigLaw Sees Demand and Productivity Drop. Will It Trickle down to Small Firms?

How to Go Above and Beyond in Job Candidate Reference Checks