Volume 1, Number 2 • February 2003
A desk is a dangerous place from which to observe the world.
— John Le Carre
|Judge Rymell Cracks the Glass Ceiling |
Knocking on doors can help you crack the glass ceiling. A success story from Fort Worth, Texas.
|Life Outside the Law |
Community service can be very tiring—and fulfilling.
|Seven Ways to Maximize the Effectiveness|
of Your Resume and Cover Letter
How to look your best on paper.
|Practice Strategies: Stepping Out on Your Own |
Part two of a three-part series.
|Dear Mike |
"I don't know how to plan my own future to make sure my firm wants to keep me."
|The Old Man’s Words of Wisdom |
Using technology to compete with the biggest and the best.
|Legal Trivia |
Who were the only four presidents who did not appoint a Supreme Court justice?
|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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