News Flash: Read Before You Sign
Repetitive work can lead to attorneys becoming overconfident and even lazy when handling cases. Don't let yourself fall into that trap: make sure you read before signing a document.
Learn to Say No to Clients, Opposing Counsel, and the Court
In an effort to avoid conflict, many attorneys say yes more often than they should. Learn to say no to clients, opposing counsel, and the court.
Young Attorneys: Have Faith in Your Case
Experienced attorneys frequently resort to intimidation when dealing with a young attorney. If you are a young attorney, have faith in your case---and don't let opposing counsel dictate their view of the case and your client.
Good Facts > Good Law
Every case, and every set of facts is different. Whether you are interacting with opposing counsel or the court, good facts should be front and center.
The Mental Fortitude Necessary to Practice Law
From the moment you start practicing law, people are going to tell you that you aren't very good at your job.
The Best Advice Can Be To Ignore Others
Young attorneys need to carefully consider the source and content of advice when making a critical decision.
Your Practice Should Fit Your Personality
There is more than one way to achieve client goals---attorneys need to trust their gut when making decisions.
How to Defend a Deposition: Just Show Up
Protecting your client in a deposition is a matter of showing up. Plain and simple.
The Biggest Success-Killer for Litigators
The biggest success-killer for litigators is a default setting. Learn how to overcome it.
Avoiding WTF Moments as a Young Attorney
How young attorneys can reduce stress by minimizing WTF moments in their law practice.
Dealing with WTF Moments as a Young Attorney
How young attorneys can overcome WTF moments and still achieve favorable outcomes for clients.
Babies and Lawyering: Survival Tips
How young attorneys can successfully navigate the first few months of parenting.
Dealing with Opposing Counsel as a Young Attorney
How young attorneys can overcome their lack of experience and handle difficult opposing counsel.
Don’t Let Opposing Counsel Get You Down
Don't let tough interactions with opposing counsel get you down; consider these strategies for dealing with cranky opposing counsel.
It is the Court’s Opinion that Matters
At the end of the day, it's the judge's opinion that matters. Not the attorney's. But judges don't need to be reminded.