Can You Make More Money as a Hermit Lawyer?
How can you build a practice if you are a hermit? We’re not talking full-bearded or Hobbit-like hermit. But let’s talk about attorneys who […]Read more
Is Your Solo Practice a Dead-End Job?
With the number of new, and experienced, lawyers that strike out solely, the optimism it takes to get a practice going often overshadows the […]Read more
When Waiving Attorney-Client Privilege is Not a Good Idea
When President Donald Trump waived the attorney-client privilege for tapes Michael Cohen made of their conversations, the legal community gasped — but not for […]Read more
A Lawyer Looks at 50 … And Buys a Motorcycle
For many lawyers, turning 50 was just another day to bill as many hours as humanly possible. For others, it was probably like looking […]Read more
Your Client’s Thinking About Divorce, But …
A client said he was thinking about a divorce, but he wasn’t sure. “I’m confused because I still love my wife,” he told the […]Read more
3 Tips for Fighting Lawyer Loneliness
It probably won’t come as a surprise to hear that yet another study ranked lawyers highest among professionals when it comes to loneliness. While […]Read more
Dropping the Baton: The Problem With Changing Lawyers
Some legal matters are like a relay race. Clients start out with one lawyer, who passes the baton to the next. It can work […]Read more
Got Pregnant to Delay Trial? No, You Didn’t Just Say That
Paul T. Reid was not the pregnant lawyer in the courtroom, but he definitely left a hearing in an uncomfortable pregnant moment. He had […]Read more
How to Deal With Discovery Bullies
When dealing with discovery bullies, it’s best to avoid the conflict, but sometimes you have to push back. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.Read more
What Kind of Lawyer Would Tape a Client?
While President Trump may have recently tweeted the above question in earnest, it’s actually an excellent question that might even baffle some lawyers. Though […]Read more