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Tips for Changing Practice Areas

If Robert Frost were a career counselor, he would tell you to take the road less traveled by. It could turn out well, too, […]

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  11 January 2017
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How to Build a Referral Network for Your Solo Practice

If you look at the typical mousetrap, the technology hasn’t changed that much in the past 100 years: mouse gets cheese; mouse gets murdered. […]

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  11 January 2017
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Posner Scolds Lawyers for Verbosity, 250 Pages of Briefing

Your briefs should be, well, brief, Judge Richard Posner of the Seventh Circuit reminded lawyers in a recent opinion. In a case involving the […]

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  10 January 2017
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5 Tips Before You Make a Career Change

So you’re standing on the edge of a cliff, looking down at the rocks below and imagining what your body will look like when […]

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  10 January 2017
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Takeaways From Obama’s Harvard Law Review Article

President Obama returned to the pages of the Harvard Law Review last week, publishing a commentary on criminal justice reform in the journal he […]

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  9 January 2017
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7 Real New Year’s Resolutions for Solo Practitioners

We’re a week into 2017 and you’re already regretting that new gym membership. Your plans for a “Drynuary” (that’s a booze-free January) probably won’t […]

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  6 January 2017
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Many Attorneys Could See Their Income Tax Rate Go Up Under Trump

Donald Trump will be inaugurated in just over two weeks and will begin to implement his promised policies. That includes potentially significant changes to […]

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  5 January 2017
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Should Lawyers Take Sabbaticals?

For a moment, just imagine asking your employer about taking a sabbatical from work. The question is only difficult because you think that the […]

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  5 January 2017
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Takeaway Tips From a Successful Client Meeting

If you’re reading this piece about a first client meeting, you probably are a new lawyer or soon-to-be one. After all, an experienced lawyer […]

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  4 January 2017
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How to Manage a Multigenerational Legal Workforce

Whether you’re a Boomer or a Gen Xer, a Millennial or a Korean War vet, if you’re running a legal practice today, you’re probably […]

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  3 January 2017
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