Blog | Judicial Process & Support - Part 18

Why You Should Never Argue Outside the Courtroom

Lessons in the law come from all kinds of places. Often, it is in the courtroom where litigators demonstrate their skills. It is beyond […]

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  5 December 2018
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Gadgets to Purchase When Starting a Law Firm

Are you planning on starting your own practice in the new year? If so, you might be looking to outfit your office during the […]

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  5 December 2018
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3 Biggest-Ever Hyperbole To-Dos in Law Firm Marketing

If you know anything about Star Wars, the Lord of the Rings, or Lawyer Marketing, cosmic truths come in threes. Three Star Wars trilogies, […]

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  4 December 2018
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3 Biggest-Ever Hyperbolic Don’ts in Law Firm Marketing

People probably expect lawyers to exaggerate; it’s what we do. Like when an attorney says a client chained to a chair in court is […]

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  4 December 2018
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Avoiding Mental Health Care Can Increase Chances of Malpractice

If you’ve never been in a dentist’s chair and watched the smoke float away from the drill grinding your tooth, you don’t know what […]

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  3 December 2018
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Can Lawyers Represent Clients Paying With Crowdfunding?

In the world of online fundraising, otherwise basically known as crowdfunding, the opportunities are seemingly endless. In fact, lawyers and clients have successful crowdfunded […]

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  30 November 2018
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5 Best Lawyer Dad-Jokes to Use on Social

Just being on social media may be good, but creating engaging content is better. And as Arlo Guthrie’s father once told him, “Ya know […]

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  29 November 2018
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Federal Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedure Changing Dec. 1

For federal civil and appellate practitioners, there are a few rule changes coming next week that you might want to make sure you’re ready […]

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  28 November 2018
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Try a Different Hobby to Improve Job Performance

In Opposite World, “yes” means “no” and “no” means “yes.” If you need a better explanation, ask a teenager. The point is that some […]

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  28 November 2018
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Law Students Send #MeToo Message to BigLaw

Since when did law students get to tell BigLaw firms what to do? Since the #MeToo movement, it seems. After Harvard law students said […]

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  27 November 2018
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