January/February 2013: Practicing in a Down Economy

The New Normal: How to Thrive in a Down Economy

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The New Normal: How to Thrive in a Down Economy

Solos from across the country reveal how they are holding their own—and even thriving—despite the grim economy.

Solos and small law offices can cut expenses by “going virtual” or “almost virtual.”

Finding the proper combination of investment products is key to deferring legal fees.

Educating mediators as well as minorities will create balanced disaster mediation programs.

Representing clients concerning neural devices involves applying old law and methods to this new technology.

The identity and status of an individual have an enormous effect on issues of estate planning.

Welcome to our new column addressing topics of interest to solos and small firm lawyers.

Learn these five tips to keep your practice afloat in the wake of the Great Recession.

Use technology to avoid taking a trip, to make yourself more efficient while traveling, or to save money on travel expenses themselves.

Help high school and college students understand the importance of managing their personal finances.

A well-integrated, intuitive system can level the playing field for solos and small firms.

Is this powerful, cloud-based practice management system right for you?

Check out these ABA books, CLE programs, and web resources on practicing law in these troubled times.

Recent law school graduates need your help more than ever.

Read the full text of the 2012-2013 Nominating Committee Report; learn about the Total Attorneys discount program; meet your Division Officers.

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