Lawyer Things to Do for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness Day
Since 2010, the month of January has been designated as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and in 2007, January 11 was declared […]Read more
Can the Chief Justice Stop Judicial Sexual Harassment?
In the 2017 year end report drafted by Chief Justice John Roberts, in addition to applauding the successes of the federal judiciary, he acknowledges […]Read more
Pros and Cons of Becoming an Environmental Lawyer
You may love the outdoors — until you get caught in a hailstorm. Being an environmental lawyer can be like that, too. You may […]Read more
Trump’s Cease and Desist Letter Burned by Lawyers With ‘Fire and Fury’
A recently published book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, received the attention of the president before it even hit the shelves. […]Read more
FindLaw Strategist’s Top 10 Practice Tips From 2017
Over the past year, the FindLaw writers have done their best to impart wisdom gleaned from across the internet about the best tips for […]Read more
FindLaw Strategist’s 10 Best Writing Tips From 2017
Here at FindLaw, we write about the law quite bit. And one topic that just never seems to get old for us, and for […]Read more
Are Your Paralegals Getting You Into Hot Water?
Nobody likes it when somebody hovers over their work — especially when that somebody is an attorney. But lawyers are directly responsible for the […]Read more
Should You Take a Pretrial Vacation or Spa Day?
Trial is stressful. There’s no doubt about that. No matter how planned out every last minute is, there will always be surprises that you […]Read more
Sessions’ Pot Edict Could Be a Downer for Cannabis Lawyers
Remember when pot used to be… Oh that’s right, you don’t remember when you use pot. But still, it used to be legal in […]Read more
Rose Bowl Surprise Results in Emergency Trial Extension
Getting an emergency extension, especially for a trial date, is generally reserved for serious emergencies, like injuries, illnesses, disasters and catastrophes. Luckily for one […]Read more