Volume 2, Number 2 • February 2004

When everyone is against you, it means that you are absolutely wrong—or absolutely right.

Albert Guinon (1863–1923)

A Glass of Wine With Your Law
One lawyer felt bottled up as a lawyer, and so he uncorked his experience to become a winemaker, too.
The Big Bad Client
Ask yourself five questions and learn how to say “no” to new clients.
Become active in the Section. Apply to be appointed to a leadership position for the 04/05 bar year. Deadline: Friday, March 5, 2004. 
The Triangle Defense
How to make certain you defend yourself against cases that are not for you and select cases that give you the best shot.
Have You Heard the Buzz About Marketing?
How to market yourself aggressively without the guilt.

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Legal Consulting: Is It for You?
Think and plan before you leap out on your own.
The Old Man’s Words of Wisdom
The Magna Carta butts up against the Patriot Act.
Dear Mike
“I feel that my career is at a dead end . . . ”
Legal Trivia
A breath of fresh air about truth as defense against libel.
Advocational Vocab
To be taken seriously, check your vocabulary on our vocab page, then test your colleagues. Check it out.
Client Service Starts With Communication
Valuable information from our books program.
GPSolo Links
Visit these links for more useful information.
Contacts and Legal Stuff
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