Volume 2, Number 1 • November 2003
“One of the most difficult decisions the individual in a democracy faces is whether or not he should forgo an immediate personal gain or advantage for the good of his country.”
|Karate Kicking the Law |
One lawyer’s experience with martial arts kicked his practice into high gear.
|Benes Aldana: Leader Among Leaders |
From the Coast Guard to the Department of Justice. A success story from Washington State.
|Practice Strategies: The Three-Step Methodology to a More Effective Media Relations Program |
How to gain valuable media coverage for your firm.
|Practice Strategies: Legal Writing |
Bluebook? Maroonbook? Greenbook? Or something better altogether? Bryan A. Garner asks you to set your cites on this great style debate.
|Dear Mike |
“Is there some way to easily get my first position without any work on my part?”
|The Old Man’s Words of Wisdom |
Embracing the future can be scary.
|Legal Trivia |
When did the Supreme Court begin meeting on the first Monday in October?
|Advocational Vocab |
To be taken seriously, check your vocabulary on our vocab page, then test your colleagues. Check it out.
|Practice Tips: Medicaid Restrictions and Third-Party Trusts |
Valuable information from our books program.
|GPSolo Links |
Visit these links for more useful information.
|Contacts and Legal Stuff |
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