September/October 2012: The Changing Face of Law Practice

Diversity in the Practice of Law: How Far Have We Come?

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Diversity in the Practice of Law: How Far Have We Come?

Women and minority lawyers tell their stories of entering the legal profession, how things have changed, and what still needs to be done.

What happens when you mix hormone-addled teens and cell phone technology?

Legal lessons from The Hangover Part II regarding a certain facial tattoo.

Here’s an overview of the U.S. tax and reporting issues related to the acquisition, ownership, and disposition of U.S. real property by foreign persons.

These developments under the National Labor Relations Act tackle policies and disciplinary action.

Lawyers must appreciate the potential conditions and limitations of elderly defendants.

What can lawyers do to keep costs from skyrocketing and, ultimately, to keep clients happy?

Discover the best tips from ten years of “Being Solo.”

The author wishes he knew this one thing before launching his solo practice.

How has mobile lawyering changed through the past 40 years, and what lies ahead?

Learn how to protect your data in a shared office—whether it’s made of bricks and mortar or located in the cloud.

Pro bono attorneys can make a huge difference in the lives of trafficking victims.

Check out these ABA books and web resources on the changing face of law practice.

The Division has changed its name—and recommitted itself to championing the interests of solos and small firm lawyers.

Division Name Change; Division Leadership Roster; Call for Nominations of 2013–2014 Officers and Council Members; 50th Anniversary Web Page; On-Demand CLE Programming

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