Checking In: How Are You Doing With Those New Year’s Resolutions?
By now, most people have blown their New Year’s resolutions. Actually, only half of all Americans even make resolutions. The other half, on average, […]Read more
Was 2018 a Good Year for Law Firms?
According to recent reports, 2018 was a great year for law firms. Net income, profits per partner, rate growth, demand, and productivity all increased. […]Read more
What to Do When You Make a Mistake in Law Practice
In case you haven’t learned, you are wrong. It’s as universally true as the Earth is the center of the universe. By the way, […]Read more
AI Lawyers Making Work for the Rest of Us
Herman and Lara are “AI lawyers,” the newest breed of specialists in the law. They work for AirHelp, a company that helps airline passengers […]Read more
Are Your Legal Forms Gender Biased?
Lawyers reuse letters, pleadings, and legal docs all the time. A quick copy and paste, coupled with a find and replace … It’s part […]Read more
First School Cyberbullying Case Under David’s Law
Local news out of San Antonio, Texas, is reporting that the first lawsuit to allege cyberbullying under David’s Law, the state’s anti-cyberbullying law for […]Read more
3 Tips for Law Firms to Weather the ‘Millennial Shift’
Unless your firm hasn’t done any hiring in the last decade, you’ve probably noticed that the Millennial Shift has happened. We’ve hit that point […]Read more
Do You Feel Pain or Gain From Changing Firms?
Body builders — not lawyers — made up the expression, “no pain, no gain.” There are some mutual truths, however. Lawyers inflict pain, and […]Read more
Bully Law and the Strategy Game for Lawyers
Bully law is like bully ball. You know that old-school, hard-hat approach in basketball? Use your strength, back your opponent up, and BAM! What […]Read more
Will Public Defenders Ever Get Reasonable Workload Standards?
It is a known fact that public defenders have more cases than any other type of lawyer out there. In some jurisdictions, public defenders […]Read more