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Lawyers, Just How Important Is a Good Night’s Sleep?

Neither Barack Obama nor Donald Trump gets much sleep. Obama stayed up late into the night, working on speeches and reading briefing papers, before […]

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  10 April 2017
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How to Leave Your Law Firm Amicably

Leaving your law firm amicably is sort of like an amicable divorce. Sure, it happens. Not always, but sometimes. The key to a good […]

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  10 April 2017
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Tips for Making Your Home Office Your Law Office

Want to be a lawyer and work from home? We don’t blame you. The commute is shorter, the dress code is looser, and your […]

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  7 April 2017
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Customer Service Tips for Your Law Practice

Sometimes lawyers forget that we are in the customer service business. That’s right, we are are in the same industry as the waiter, maitre […]

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  6 April 2017
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Growth Strategy Tips for Solo Practitioners

Unlike weeds that seem to grow in any condition, solo law practices need a little more care. After all, lawyers are not a naturally […]

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  6 April 2017
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Firm Sanctioned Over Brief’s Line Spacing

When it comes to line spacing, Judge Victor Marrero does not play around. The SDNY judge fined the boutique litigation firm of Susman Godfrey […]

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  5 April 2017
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Assessing Clients for Diminished Capacity

If psychologists go into the field because they have psychological problems, then do lawyers go into the law because they have legal problems? The […]

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  5 April 2017
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Would Your Firm Pass Facebook’s Diversity Test?

The law is one of the whitest professions around, but if you want to be ‘friended’ by Facebook (legally speaking), you may have to […]

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  4 April 2017
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A Win for Animal Advocates: Governor Pardons Dog From Euthanasia

Dakota is a lucky dog. She apparently is the first dog in the United States to be granted a pardon by a sitting governor. […]

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  4 April 2017
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How to Win Millennial Clients

The millennium used to be considered a bad thing. Millenarians in 899, 1199, and 1299 thought the ticking of the clock would soon bring […]

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  3 April 2017
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