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Are you feeling run down, depressed, or forgetful? Do you have high blood pressure? Lack of sleep could be to blame.
It can be hard to recognize burnout until you’re already out like a light bulb.
The more fiction you read, the more you will internalize the art of storytelling and be able to use it effectively for your clients.
Research indicates that attorneys fear being stigmatized by needing help, and they fear that their privacy will not be protected.
When a natural disaster strikes, survivors look to us to help them navigate the flood of applications, processes, paperwork, and resources that take over their lives for days, months, or years.
A lawyer who actively supports the organized bar and seeks to strengthen the profession itself almost always winds up being a better lawyer.
ROLI places experts in the field to help put international norms into operation.
Lawyers can expose and help challenge the harms that flow from federal immigration policy.
The US immigration system is attractive to scammers because it is largely inaccessible without legal representation.
Thousands of unaccompanied children arrive in the United States, fleeing gang violence, poverty, and abuse.
Until the TVPRA is reauthorized, critical anti-trafficking funding, programs, education, and appropriations are in jeopardy.
What once protected millions of Americans is now a threat to their livelihoods, and for some, it is a threat to their lives.
Are you obligated to defend the US Constitution when no one is paying you to do so?
When the history of the gay rights movement is written, the cultural change in the legal profession will be cited as a major factor that allowed the movement to succeed.
To see a greater impact nationwide, attorneys must be actively involved.
Mistakes and errors in judgment happen, even to good attorneys.
Avoid giving away your services but make sure you don't unethically pad the bill.
Not much room for error with this hypothetical. To make matters worse, it's a predicament many of us will face sometime in our professional lives.
The path to partnership is not for the faint of heart.