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
5 Dreadful Mistakes Lawyers Should Never Make in Firm Logos
Every law firm should have a good logo, but coming up with one is not as easy as it looks. It’s like the famous […]Read more
PSA: Do Not Mail Pot to Federal Judges
Marijuana may be legal in several states around the country, but mailing pot certainly isn’t. And gifting some of the smelly green stuff to […]Read more
Pitfalls to Avoid Misbranding Your Law Firm
Some cattlemen still brand livestock with hot irons, but it’s a shame when there are modern, pain-free ways to keep track of herds. It’s […]Read more
How to Pick a Legally Themed Halloween Costume
With Halloween right around the corner, you might still be searching for that perfect legal/lawyer themed costume for a contest or party. If you […]Read more