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Tips that will help you get into the mindset of a mediator.
The secrets to a tool that helps you connect with the people and more intimately understand the interests of clients and colleagues.
How do you get a job in or make a career of conflict resolution?
You don’t have to be in an ADR practice to use the skills associated with it.
Settling cases requires a different skill-set than litigating.
Set yourself apart by learning about these technologies now.
You will spend part of your time out of the office. Here's how to be productive and capture your billable units.
The use of the Internet, virtual networks, and social media—all of which facilitate our ability to work from the road—may trigger multijurisdictional practice consequences.
There's a delicate relationship between “productive” and “busy."
The art of practicing law requires us to go beyond blindly executing techniques and focusing solely on what's immediately in front of us.
The practice of health law distinguishes itself from other areas of law by several factors.
Tired of the overly politicized portions of the ACA? Here's a look at some of the law's more interesting provisions.
To better understand a lawyer’s duties under HIPAA, it is important to understand the purpose and effect of the law.
A survey of the differences between state and federal laws regarding the use of marijuana.
Though not a course offered in law school (last time we checked), business development remains one of the most important skills for developing a successful career.
We answer one of the dicier questions confronting lawyers at dissolving firms.
It may not seem glamorous, but it is a common way to gain legal experience. But is it worth it?
Law schools do not, nor do they claim to, teach students how to practice law.