Volume 1, Number 1 • November 2002
There is no surer way to misread any document than to read it literally.
|Welcome to GPSolo New Lawyer |
This is a new enewsletter by the ABA GP Solo Section to better serve the needs of our law student and new lawyer members.
|You Can Go Home Again! |
Location! Location! Location! When starting out in your career, don’t overlook the obvious. A success story from rural America.
|My Second Life |
Lawyer by day, guitarist by night! Learn the Gerry Giaimo Stress Relief Method.
|Where to Find Meaningful Mentoring |
A law student article on American Inns of Court.
|Practice Strategies: Stepping Out on Your Own |
Part one of a three-part series.
|Dear Mike |
“The nice guy who hired me has turned out to be a yelling, demanding, cursing boss . . .” Read Mike’s advice.
|The Old Man’s Words of Wisdom |
The ten most common malpractice traps.
|Legal Trivia |
What Amendment to the U.S. Constitution has the fewest words?
|Advocational Vocab |
To be taken seriously, check your vocabulary on our vocab page, then test your colleagues.
Check It Out
|Contacts and Legal Stuff |
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