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Helpful advice on every aspect of running your practice, from opening doors through planning for retirement. This month: the perspectives of two young lawyers who are building their practice in the modern legal industry.
The latest installment in our series on civility in the practice of family law examines how to advise clients to give the gift of magical memories by maintaining civility with their co-parent over the holidays.
How simplifying your life and work space frees up energy.
Technological And Practice Advice to help you become more efficient and effective. This month: tips to protect your clients’ data—and your own.
With the third edition of Advising the Small Business: Forms and Advice for the Legal Practitioner, author Jean L. Batman has created an outstanding reference book that new and solo attorneys will want to keep close to them at all times.
This case moved arbitration to the forefront of the political discussion—and illuminated several significant arbitration policy issues.
Healthcare & Pharmaceutics
Part of the challenge in understanding and improving the health of rural populations lies in determining the causes of poor health and increasing access to data on rural health.
Litigation & Trials
When the government calls, you don’t have to hide—you have to get to work!
Following disquieting revelations of alleged high-profile sexual misconduct claims having been quietly disposed of and concealed, a wave of securities fraud and shareholder derivative suits has begun.
Devoted to themes of critical importance to your practice. Each issue contains articles exploring a particular topic of interest to solos, small firms, and general practice.
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