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Las Vegas Shooting Victims Offered Free Legal Aid

In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, no lawyers emerged as heroes. It rarely happens when disasters strike anyway because most often attorneys […]

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  10 October 2017
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How to Politely Trash Opposing Counsel in a Pleading

Yes, you have a duty to be civil with the court, your clients, opposing counsels, and even opposing parties. That means refraining from ad […]

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  10 October 2017
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Why You Never Threaten Opposing Counsel

If you learn anything from street law, you learn never to threaten opposing counsel — especially in writing. It’s not just bad practice, it’s […]

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  10 October 2017
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How to Get Past Writer’s Block When Drafting a Motion

Writer’s block can hit anyone at anytime, and it can have consequences that range from annoying to downright devastating. For us lawyers, when we’re […]

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  9 October 2017
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How to Gain Credibility as an Inexperienced Lawyer

As a young lawyer, I found myself answering questions from a group of 100 or so judges and attorneys. The big question — other […]

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  9 October 2017
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Solos: Don’t Go Partnering With Non-Lawyers Quite Yet

When it comes to the question of non-lawyer ownership of law firms, there are often a few voices in the crowd that seem to […]

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  6 October 2017
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What’s a Primary Care Lawyer?

A primary care lawyer has nothing to do with health care, unless you consider ‘peace of mind’ a healthy thing. The primary care lawyer […]

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  5 October 2017
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Top 3 Tips for Pursuing a Novel Litigation Strategy

Being a litigator or trial attorney sometimes means going out on a limb with an untested or novel legal theory. Testing the waters of […]

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  4 October 2017
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How About a Pop-Up Law Firm?

If you can’t get a traditional practice off the ground, maybe it’s time to hang your shingle on a kiosk. So what if people […]

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  4 October 2017
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Should I Use Emojis in Court?

An emoji is worth a thousand words, and that’s a legal problem. According to a Santa Clara University Law School professor, emojis and emoticons […]

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  3 October 2017
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