What Legal Research Tool Do You Use? (Poll)

Quality legal research service is important. But how many lawyers try to save money on their legal research?

Why Law Students Should Not Attend Summer School

Why law students should avoid paying for summer school if possible.

Lawyers, Is It Time to Toss Your Business Cards?

Here at Lawyerist, we are very big on business cards for lawyers. Business cards can not only provide valuable contact information to both clients and colleagues, but they can also serve to reflect a lawyer’s personality. In fact, tech-savvy lawyers can even include a QR code on their business cards for ease of electronic access. […]

Legal Research Alerts: More Money Doesn’t Mean Faster Results

When it comes to avoiding the outdated legal research nightmare, you may not need an expensive legal research service.

The Fear of Missing Out

The Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) is arguably the psychological phenomenon that drives the growth in social media.

Should Lawyers Use Getting Things Done (GTD)?

Implementing GTD might be a solid move, especially for lawyers and law firms that are finding they have issues staying on top of everything.

So You Wanna Be an Entertainment Lawyer? (Part 2)

BigLaw to in-house entertainment lawyer. From BigLaw to in-house entertainment law as a business and legal affairs executive.

Top Creativity Productivity Boosters

What can you do to boost your creativity? The top two things you can do are carry a journal and turn off the television. Are you up to the challenge?

Contract Risk & Reality in Business Agreements

Contract risk is in the eye of the party to the contract--and that's your client, not you.

Did We Make a Huge Mistake Buying Bitter Lawyer? (Poll)

Last week we bought the legal humor site Bitter Lawyer. Was that a big mistake? Let us know.