5 Podcasts to Enrich Your Legal Practice
If you practice for long enough, say, more than a few days, the novelty wears off and you may need some enrichment while working. […]Read more
How to Build Trust With Other Attorneys
The whole point of the attorney-client privilege is that clients should be able to trust lawyers with their secrets. So why should it be […]Read more
Do Clients Actually Care If Your Law Firm Is ‘Green’?
The whole greenwashing epidemic has somewhat subsided as the consumer public has gotten a bit more savvy at spotting the bogus claims of a […]Read more
James Woods Saved From Defamation Claim by a Question Mark
Harvey Weinstein is a misogynist, isn’t he? Bruno Mars is a Milli Vanilli poser? And a statement isn’t defamatory if it’s a question, right? […]Read more
You Have a Virtual Practice and Didn’t Even Know It
Every lawyer has a website, whether they know it or not. From the State Bar to LinkedIn, your information is already on the internet […]Read more
When Can You Swear in Pleadings?
You know you can’t just sling vulgarities at your opponents across the pleaded aisles of the halls of justice. Nevertheless, in pleadings filed across […]Read more
Bad Habits That Are Hurting Your Law Practice Bottom Line
There are bad habits, and there are worse habits. In a law practice, there are also those habits that are so bad they cost […]Read more
Can LinkedIn or Medium Blogs Help Your Legal Career?
Depending on where you’d like your legal career to go, writing for the public or professional audience can really help quite a bit. And […]Read more
Work-Life Balance Tips for Solo Lawyers With Kids
Stacy Ehrisman-Mickle is the poster child for a lawyer hanging in the work-life balance. Actually, her child is the poster child because Ehrisman-Mickle had […]Read more
Is 2018 Your Year to Go Solo?
In the Chinese Zodiac, 2018 is the year of the dog. So what better time to go solo? Seriously, if you have been thinking […]Read more