Coaching provides a framework for engaging in critical reflection, identifying your strengths, and working on future areas of professional development.
Career coaching follows the Socratic adage of “knowing thyself”: The coach guides you through a process of self-reflection by asking exploratory and reflective questions about your personal goals and values.
The External Mentor is someone outside your firm (preferably a non-lawyer) who is willing and able to shepherd a smart, ambitious young lawyer through career advancement.
Building a legal practice requires time, effort, and persistence, and the bar association offers an ideal forum in which you can pursue those objectives.
The new lawyer interested in international law may be able to find career fulfillment in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Read these helpful practice tips, which will guide you to a successful end of the year.
As the end of the year draws near, review this list of some of the Bush Administration tax cuts that are about to be cut themselves.
April 15 may seem far away; nonetheless, as the end of 2012 approaches, you should start your year-end tax planning to minimize your individual tax burden.
The authors offer practical suggestions and tips for potential business-travel mishaps.
The only way to write a last-minute summary judgment motion in only a few days is through hard work.
An opinion bank is an easy and cost-effective way to catalogue completed work.
The Apple award could potentially deter inventors and designers from building on other products for fear of infringement damages.