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How Strong Friendships Can Benefit Your Long-Term Career

Believe it. The more friends you have, and the stronger those friendships are, the better you’ll be at marketing yourself as a lawyer. If […]

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  15 August 2018
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Channeling Your Inner Cousin Vinny for Trial and Law Practice

If you haven’t heard of attorney Vinny Gambini, you haven’t lived long enough. He is the best trial lawyer Hollywood never made, played by […]

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  14 August 2018
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Going Solo? Get the Free FindLaw Playbook

Are you in the process of starting up a solo practice? If so, do you have a plan? Or do you even know where […]

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  14 August 2018
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Is It Bad to Lose Your True Solo Status?

True solo practitioners work entirely alone — no lawyers, no staff, no kidding. The true solo is a one-person operation. It requires at a […]

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  13 August 2018
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So You CAN Follow Opposing Counsel by Drone

Drone law has the potential to be a real thing, but it wasn’t supposed to happen like this. According to reports, one attorney said […]

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  10 August 2018
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27 Lawyers File Motion to Quash 904 Indictments

When the York County Grand Jury returned over 900 indictments in a single day in June, more than one local defense attorney noticed. After […]

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  10 August 2018
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Spouse Cheated? There’s an $8.8M Cause of Action for That

Alienation of affection is a holdover from another era, before chivalry and duels died. How old is it? Like Alexander Hamilton v. Aaron Burr […]

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  9 August 2018
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Don’t Let Them See You Cry in Court

During emotional testimony, witnesses sometimes cry in court. It’s part of the courtroom drama. But it’s unusual to see a lawyer cry — at […]

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  8 August 2018
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Why Sometimes Lawyers Should Work Alone

It wasn’t necessarily a compliment if somebody once said: “You should become a lawyer.” That’s because being good at argumentation is not the same […]

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  8 August 2018
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Ethical Dilemma: Taking a ‘Good’ Case for a ‘Bad’ Cause

What do you do when a potential client comes in with a winner of a case that runs contrary to your personal beliefs? Read […]

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  7 August 2018
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