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"Weed law," it turns out, is neither as exciting nor as boring as you might think. In this episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, Matthew Buck offers a window into the world of weed law, the ethics of advising clients who are committing federal crimes, and how to market a niche practice.
Hiring a law student can be a valuable experience for both the firm and your student. Here are some tips to make sure the process goes smoothly.
In this episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, we aren't talking about technology and online marketing, although Greg McEwen knows plenty about both. Instead, we talk with Greg about how he has built a multi-million dollar personal injury firm by taking big risks for big rewards—the "old-fashioned" way.
In this episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, Drew Amoroso talks about starting a small fitness law firm of his own, Move Legal, after building a fitness practice at a big firm. Drew talks about meeting his clients for a workout before talking business, using Slack to communicate with clients, and the tools he uses to manage a mobile, niche practice.
How to write a great law school final paper. Tips for law students to succeed at final exams.
Do not insult your professors by pretending the answers are "clear," obvious," or other meaningless words.
Sometimes, people are a bit concerned that a free attorney isn't a "real" attorney. Here are some ways to combat that perception.
A diverse judiciary is critical. Judicial commissions, as the gatekeepers to the judicial profession, must be diverse as well.