It’s Hard Enough to Do Immigration Law Without the Government Shutting Down
As the government shutdown drags on, so do immigration proceedings. Immigration court hearings are being pushed back — some by years — because of […]Read more
Extortion Is Not the Way to Win Clients
When it comes to making rain, forcing it via illegal means and methods is not a risk worth taking. And while this seems like […]Read more
Me Retire? I’m Only 106!
Who said old lawyers never die, they just lose their appeal? It wasn’t Mordie Rochlin, a 106-year-old lawyer who still goes to the office. […]Read more
Is Reproductive Justice the Hot New Practice Area of 2019?
When it comes to a mother’s rights, it’s fair to say that necessity is the mother of invention. It’s not like every law school […]Read more
Now That the Holidays Are Over, It’s Time for a Vacation!
For all those attorneys who worked through the holidays, this one’s for you. It’s time to plan a vacation. It’s more than OK, especially […]Read more
Slow Holiday? Do These 5 Productive Things to Keep Busy
If you’re not scrounging to make up some missed billables, the end of the year and start of the new year often brings with […]Read more
Texas Law Firm Paying for Safe Rides on New Years
One Texas law firm is doing some creative marketing and hoping to make a difference locally this New Year holiday. Instead of throwing money […]Read more
The ‘Justice Bus’ Is Real and Awesome!
While lawyering out of a food truck may not be something lawyers in private practice are clamoring to do, one Legal Aid office in […]Read more
Does Your Career Need a Tune-Up?
Many drivers take their cars in for service only when something goes wrong. It’s the same with teeth. If they don’t hurt, many people […]Read more
We Can Do Better With Diversity, BigLaw Says
One problem with being a leader is that people expect more out of you. Just ask the guys at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & […]Read more