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Some tips for your first trial, the one you'll remember and tell stories about for the rest of your life.
One of the worst things about being a litigator: dealing with the frustration clients often experience when finding out the defendant is not likely to write a check for the judgment amount.
Always have an appellate attorney on your trial team. If you’re not that fortunate, keep the following tips in mind.
Mediation is a crucial, often mandatory, step in a variety of cases.
Something you've heard time and again in life is also the foundation of a blueprint for convincing decision makers.
The ABA has many membership opportunities and resources for lawyers interested in the field of litigation.
A judge admits to playing head games and provides advice on how to prevail.
Members of the TYL Editorial Board share their experiences of being stereotyped as professionals and how they got past it—or, in some instances, used it to their advantage.
Here are four tactics you can put to use right now to enhance client service and relationships.
Because we all want (and deserve) a pay hike.
We asked several paralegals for input on how to oversee staff. Their feedback was helpful—and surprisingly frank.
A tale of doing your own thing, despite the skepticism of others.
The decision in her defamation case did not give her reason to cheer.
How do you, within the bounds of ethics, find out about the judge of your case, and what can you do once you find out?
Most of us have to work hard to become leaders. Here's how to get a head start.
Some top-notch advice for those who manage others while being overseen themselves.
Using basic online resources, you can trim down the information avalanche so that you receive updates on issues pertinent to your practice.
The path to partnership is not for the faint of heart.
What type of lawyer are you? This is the time to be brutally honest with yourself.
A quick rundown of some of the best research tools available right now.