Is the daily stress of your practice wearing you down? Take a break to recharge your batteries, clear your head, and maybe even have a Eureka! moment.
The sine wave theory of law practice can help you recapture your life and find the balance you’ve been looking for.
Just as you might hire a personal trainer to help you get fit, you can engage a coach to clarify your professional goals and create an action plan for reaching them.
Consider adopting these “ten commandments” for keeping clients happy and avoiding complaints, disciplinary and otherwise.
Whether you have an intimidating boss, a no-support staff, or a client from hell, you can take actions to deal with a toxic work environment.
Can mirrors, plants, desk position, and pets affect the dynamics of your workplace?
You need certain types of insurance coverage for yourself, your assets, your business, and your retirement to reduce potential exposure.
The goals for a lawyer’s estate plan are generally the same as the goals for any client, with the additional consideration of the fiduciary duty owed to clients.
Why is it that some lawyers fall into a pit of distress and despair and others do not?
Instead of over-thinking your life—because that’s what lawyers are trained to do—incorporate these ten simple steps to reduce stress.
Lawyers must learn to identify violent clients and defuse dangerous situations.
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Get the Balance Right!
Leadership Coalition for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers; GPSolo Division Nominating Committee Report; 2011 GPSolo Division Spring Meeting
Solo and Small Firm Lawyers: An ABA Opportunity
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