Volume 2, Number 2 • February 2004
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.
|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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