7 Tips on How to Proofread Pleadings
Proofreading is important. Whether you’re trying to catch problems with your argument or just fix an incorrect subject verb agreement, if you don’t proofread, […]Read more
Should Your Law Firm Have a More Creative Office Space?
Should you have a more creative office space? Well, duh, because the ’90s want their furniture back. Unless you’ve got more retro-shtick than the […]Read more
What Ever Happened to All That ‘Mindfulness’ Stuff?
A couple years back, a lawyer couldn’t throw a handful of rocks at a computer screen without hitting some article on the subject of […]Read more
How to Write a Funny Demand Letter
It’s not every day that a lawyer writes a funny demand letter. The very thought of it sounds like a bad joke — as […]Read more
Lawyers Beware: Social Justice Burnout Is Real
Especially in our current political climate, regardless of what side of the coin, aisle, or pantry, you identify, fighting for social causes that you […]Read more
Women Lawyers Taking More Roles in Firm Leadership
Women lawyers are taking 25 percent of the governance roles in top law firms, nearly double the amount in the last decade. That is […]Read more
Can You Really Ghostwrite a Pleading for a Client?
There are some clients that you just can’t help. Try as you might, if helping a client jeopardizes your ability to practice law, you […]Read more
Lawyers Can Accept Bitcoin Payments — With Conditions
Lawyers may accept digital currencies in payment for legal services, according to a new ethics opinion. The Nebraska ethics opinion is the first by […]Read more
How to Tell Clients They’re Being Stupid
It may come as no surprise that most Americans are ignorant about the law. According to the University of Pennsylvania, most Americans don’t have […]Read more
Women Can Lead Trials With High Emotional Intelligence
People still talk about the legacy of Ellen Pao’s high-profile sex discrimination case in the Silicon Valley — even though she lost several years […]Read more