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Four practitioners discuss what will the practice of law might look like after the latest shakeup settles down.
The widespread use of the Internet has led to a modernization of the referral-seeking process.
Failure to tap into the power of law+tech will only be to a lawyer's detriment.
Project management focuses on developing the tools and skills to proactively scope, plan, budget, execute, evaluate, and communicate about a given undertaking.
Learning how to extricate yourself from an uncomfortable situation doesn't have to be rocket science.
Leave the office confidently and gracefully after a hard day’s work.
What NOT to wear to that job interview.
The holidays--when your relatives seek you out at gatherings for free legal advice.
The art of practicing law requires us to go beyond blindly executing techniques and focusing solely on what's immediately in front of us.
Is your target audience more the Hannah Montana generation, or are they mostly Brady Bunch?
Last-minute assignments are a challenging aspect of being a new lawyer.
Check out these tips for new associates on how to get into big client meetings and important hearings.
Is the client always right?
Not much room for error with this hypothetical. To make matters worse, it's a predicament many of us will face sometime in our professional lives.
They certainly shouldn't. And definitely not in Kentucky...
U.S. Magistrate Judge Gail J. Standish channels her inner T. Swift in dismissal order.
"Haulin' Oats" granola doesn't sit well with the rock and roll duo.
Here's what happens when you try to assert intellectual property rights over a dancing shark.
A strategic plan looks at all the things your firm could be doing and narrows those down to the things your firm is actually good at doing.
For new sole practitioners, securing a mentor is tricky. Here, we provide tips from several experienced solos.
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