Assessing Clients for Diminished Capacity
If psychologists go into the field because they have psychological problems, then do lawyers go into the law because they have legal problems? The […]Read more
Would Your Firm Pass Facebook’s Diversity Test?
The law is one of the whitest professions around, but if you want to be ‘friended’ by Facebook (legally speaking), you may have to […]Read more
A Win for Animal Advocates: Governor Pardons Dog From Euthanasia
Dakota is a lucky dog. She apparently is the first dog in the United States to be granted a pardon by a sitting governor. […]Read more
How to Win Millennial Clients
The millennium used to be considered a bad thing. Millenarians in 899, 1199, and 1299 thought the ticking of the clock would soon bring […]Read more
Pros and Cons of Being a Family Lawyer
What are the pros and cons of being a family lawyer? First, you will really get to know your relatives. That’s because they will […]Read more
3 Signs It’s Time to Retire From Your Law Practice
It might be time to retire if: Your aged parents look younger than you do, you don’t recognize that old person in the mirror, […]Read more
Do Lawyers Really Want Work/Life Balance?
Making time for family, traveling the world on vacation, disconnecting from the office, and keeping up your health and exercise — these are all […]Read more
Whatever Happened to Juries?
Remember jury trials, one of the hallmarks of the American justice system? You sure don’t seem to see many of them around anymore. In […]Read more
Cookie-Cutter Law Practice: Recipe for Success or Excess?
If a cookie-cutter law practice sounds tempting to you, maybe you should consider another line of work — like baking. “Cookie cutter” lawyering is […]Read more
Spaces Are the New Frontier in the Lawyer Writing Wars
Lawyers love to get worked up about obscure grammar and style rules, almost as much as they like to get in a huff over […]Read more