Blog | Judicial Process & Support - Part 2

FindLaw’s Best Email Tips For National Email Week

National Email Week, the second week of every June, is a good time for lawyers to reassess their email best practices. Get some tips […]

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  10 June 2019
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You Know About Pro Bono, What About Low Bono?

There is more to affordable legal services than pro bono. Learn about low bono on FindLaw’s Strategist blog.

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  7 June 2019
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D-Day 75th Anniversary: How and Why to Hire Vets

It’s too late to hire the veterans who battled on D-Day, but we can honor them with more than a moment of silence. Learn […]

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  6 June 2019
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When Jurors Talk, Lawyers Should Listen

Following a verdict, lawyers sometimes take the time to talk to the jurors. It is not always a pleasant conversation. Learn more from FindLaw’s […]

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  4 June 2019
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If You Didn’t Know, Family Law Can Kill You

Attending a deposition in his divorce case, Gordon James King lost it. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.

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  3 June 2019
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What In the World Is a Lead Magnet and Do You Need One?

Marketing people have their own language, and it’s ironic how it can be confusing. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.

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  30 May 2019
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The End of the Ampersand in American Law Firms

The ampersand is losing its place in legal history, and English history itself. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.

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  29 May 2019
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If Your Client Dies Mid-Litigation, Should You Tell the Court?

Losing clients can be tough, especially if they die. How far you go after that may depend on your practice. Learn more from FindLaw’s […]

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  24 May 2019
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When Lawyers Need a Lawyer… Taxes Edition

There are three good reasons for a lawyer to hire a tax attorney, but you only need one. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.

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  23 May 2019
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How Do You Feel About Your Client Intake?

Good client intake is like a good handshake. Both people can feel something from the beginning. Learn more from FindLaw’s Strategist blog.

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  21 May 2019
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