Section Events Calendar
Law Practice Benchmark
Improve Your Beauty Contest Interviews
Expert advice on impressing the judges.
By Ann Lee Gibson
The Conference Center Comes In-house
Two new trends in law firms' office space.
By Robert W. Denney
Where to turn for real, good advice, online and off.
By Bill Gibson
For the Want of a Nail
Those seemingly minor details can make a tremendous difference.
By Merrilyn Astin Tarlton
TECHNOLOGY IN PRACTICE
Everything You Know About Web Site Design Is Wrong
Six site design precepts that need to be rewritten to include the word not.
By Erik J. Heels
Windows Rolls into a Relative Calm
A new service pack promises relief for victimized SAP buyers.
By Mark Tamminga
Technology Bargains: A Real-Deals Potpourri
Useful and fun tools, at low or no cost.
By Bruce Dorner
Solid gold marketing, press schmoozing and more.
By Larry Bodine
Nine Secrets of Multilingual Marketing
If your firm wants to expand its domestic client base, consider promoting your services to foreign-born clients in their native languages. Here are marketing secrets that can help you tap into the big group of culturally diverse clients.
by Nina Ivanichvili
An Idea That Works: Organize Around Your Clients
Forget about practice groups or industry teams—focus on client-specific programs and initiatives.
By Sally J. Schmidt
Reducing Stress in Your Workplace
Four hot spots of workplace stress and the stops managers can take to remedy the pain and strain.
By Marcia Pennington Shannon
Focus on What Clients Say and Do
Strategies to help new lawyers serve their internal and external clients.
By Susan Saltonstall Duncan
Christopher Rizek reviews Stop the Presses, a primer on media management by Larry Smith and Richard Levick. And Milton Zwicker reviews Tom Peter's new book.
Edited by Milton W. Zwicker