Volume 4, Number 4 • January 2007

The 2005 Bankruptcy Amendments: New Traps Emerge for the Casual Practitioner
Reasons why you should avoid taking bankruptcy cases.

You Mean They Die? Estate Planning Professionals as Grief and Loss Workers
Just what exactly is therapeutic jurisprudence?

Using an Independent Contractor in Your Legal Practices
It may make sense to delegate.

General Practice/Solo Committee 101 Series
Help the Young Lawyers Division compile useful information for beginning lawyers.

The Balancing Act
Our quarterly column on maintaining your sanity.

Legal Trivia

Who was the first woman ever admitted to any state bar in the United States?


Division News

Find out about the benefits of being a GP|Solo Division member

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Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.

—Dr. Seuss


Practice Tip

When you are preparing a witness to testify, there are certain things you can and can't encourage the witness to do. What are they?


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