Kick Off 2018 With New Customer Service Goals
So maybe you’ve already broken your New Year’s resolution; it’s alright. We live one day — not one year — at a time. Progress […]Read more
Legal Writing Doesn’t Have to Be Boring
Lawyers often look outside the law for examples of good writing, and there’s a reason for that. Few attorneys, if any, have gone on […]Read more
Is It Time to Become a Tax Lawyer?
The president’s new tax law promises to be a boon to business, as the trillion dollar tax cut benefits large corporations and wealthy investors. […]Read more
Do I Really Need Books for Legal Research?
If you haven’t noticed, unless you are in a Third-World library without internet access, nobody really does legal research using books anymore. So do […]Read more
Preparation Saturation: Can You Ever Be Too Prepared?
The age old quote about success being partly inspiration but mostly perspiration rings as true today as it did when Thomas Edison strung those […]Read more
‘Smarter Not Harder’ Holiday Tips for Solo Lawyers
For solo practitioners, the holiday slowdown can often be a challenge. If you just don’t have anything going on around the end of the […]Read more
When Is It Time to Quit a Professional Organization?
Unless you really don’t like lawyers, it’s a good idea to hang out with them socially sometimes. It’s about camaraderie, networking, and professional associations. […]Read more
Is Your Law Firm Culture Stifling Innovation?
James Goodwin, an attorney/author/columnist, is sort of a counter-culture guy. He says that law firms should not use “firm culture” to stifle innovation. In […]Read more
Tax Bites: Is the Season of Giving Over?
Taxpayers are rushing to claim deductions before the new tax bill goes into effect, and few know what their final bill will be. According […]Read more
What Do You Do When Employees Disappear On a Holiday?
It is absolutely bound to happen during the holidays, a staff member, or even an associate, will just not show up. If there’s critical […]Read more