Starting a Practice: What it Takes to Succeed

Starting a practice--and succeeding at it--takes commitment and desire. Without those things, most law practices are doomed to fail.

Your Website’s Call to Action

The call to action should be the beginning and ending of your webpage. Start with the end in mind and work your content backwards.

Alternative Career Jump: When to Say Goodbye

When should you leave alternative career? If you have saved and planned, you can always return to Biglaw or freelance or do contract law

Avoid Tech Overload and Use What Works for You

Why lawyers should avoid technology overload and use what works for them.

Drawing the Line: Defamation & Political Blogs

Where should we draw the line of defamation in the context of highly-charged political blog flame wars? Where would YOU draw the line?

Getting to Being a Great Lawyer

Being a great lawyer is a concept laden with subjectivity. Some may describe great lawyers as those that get results for their clients. Others may say that great lawyers are measured by their reputation in their professional community. Still others may focus on a lawyer's professionalism, ethics, and integrity.

Suddenly Solo

Suddenly Solo? Trust Your Instincts

New solo attorneys need to trust their instincts and ask for help when necessary.

How to Avoid Answering Phone Calls

How I increased my productivity by eliminating unscheduled phone calls.

Dress for Success: The Case for Suspenders

Suspenders can be a great addition to your wardrobe. In this week's installment of Dress for Success, learn how and why all lawyers should wear suspenders.

Freelancing for a Startup: Should you Take Equity?

When Freelancing for a Start-up Should you Take Equity? If you are a freelance attorney consider getting paid in equity compensation.