3 Ways to Effective Training at Your Firm
Thinking, not training, is the key to learning. Unless people think about improving their work, training them won’t make a big difference. That’s according […]Read more
How to Select a Social Media Manager for Your Firm
If your law firm engages in marketing, more likely than not, you have social media channels open to the public. Unfortunately for those firms […]Read more
Want More Money? Take Free Online Business Courses
It seems to be a near constant lament of new lawyers and those that hire them, that law schools don’t teach lawyers any business […]Read more
Frozen Embryos and Divorce: Court Offers New Guidelines for Custody Rights
Cryogenic rights, procreational autonomy, and embryo embargo are not the usual issues in divorce court. In a landmark Colorado case, the Colorado Supreme Court […]Read more
What If You Can’t Be Happy Practicing Law?
If you are unhappy practicing the law, join the club. Statistics say that lawyers in general are a depressed group of people. Suicide rates, […]Read more
3 Tips for Evaluating Police Misconduct Cases
For many civil rights or personal injury practitioners, police misconduct cases can be a little bit mystifying. These are more than typical, rudimentary government […]Read more
Who Doesn’t Love Free CLEs?
For attorneys coast to coast, CLE can be a real pain to keep up with. In addition to having to devote several hours of […]Read more
How to Exclude Associates and Other Partners
When it comes right down to it, sometimes you don’t want every attorney at the firm on your cases. But, at small firms, it […]Read more
Should You Re-Brand Your Law Firm?
Seems like every law firm is getting a facelift. It’s hard to believe, but it’s a statistical reality. About 93 percent of America’s law […]Read more
Wrongfully Convicted Claims Prosecutor Hid Evidence
A lawsuit filed by a wrongfully convicted Michigan man seeks to hold the county, its investigator, and prosecutor liable for intentionally withholding critical exculpatory […]Read more