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
Beyond WFH: Practice Law on the Go, Anywhere
Shreya Biswas Ley sometimes practices law from home, but what makes her different is that her home is a boat. Ley represents a different […]Read more
How to Clear Your Calendar Last Minute for the Holidays
You ever load up your calendar for the month of December because you just knew that those cases would settle and then you’d magically […]Read more