Robin Bull

Robin Bull

Robin Bull holds a BS in Paralegal Studies. She graduated from Kaplan University in 2008, Summa Cum Laude. Robin is the former Program Director of Paralegal Studies for Vatterott College in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She also has extensive experience as a Bankruptcy Analyst. Robin is the office administrator of SoonerState Legal Center in Oklahoma City and is also a freelance writer.

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How to Research Potential Hires on Social Media

In order to make sure that a potential hire is a good fit for your firm, make sure you spend some time looking at their social media accounts.

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Choosing a Remote Freelancer to Assist Your Solo Practice

Choosing a remote professional to help with your everyday tasks can free you up for more important work. Here are some pointers to make sure that process goes smoothly.

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Practical Strategies to Help You Say No

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How To Communicate with Angry Clients

Lawyers are naturally skeptical, cynical, and impatient and they tend to have lower emotional intelligence scores. All of this can impact a lawyer's ability to effectively communicate with angry clients. Regardless, figuring out why your client is angry will give you insight on how to handle the situation.

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How To Hire a Paralegal

You’ve hired, or want to hire, a paralegal for your practice. Paralegals are highly skilled and can help your practice in more ways than you think.