Volume 1, Number 3 • April 2003
“I found that the men and women who got to the top were those who did the jobs they had in hand, with everything they had of energy and enthusiasm and hard work.”
—Harry S Truman
|Laura V. Farber |
Serving others before serving yourself can open doors. A success story from Pasadena, California.
|Life Outside the Law |
Do you have what it takes to be a sports agent?
|Creating the Ideal Lawyer |
How to look your best on paper.
|Practice Strategies: Stepping Out on Your Own |
Part three of a three-part series.
|Dear Mike |
“I have just learned that after three years I’ll never become a partner. Should I go out on my own?”
|The Old Man’s Words of Wisdom |
Knowing when not to help a client.
|Legal Trivia |
What Amendment to the Constitution has never been enforced?
|Advocational Vocab |
To be taken seriously, check your vocabulary on our vocab page, then test your colleagues. Check it out.
|GPSolo Links |
Visit these links for more useful information.
|Contacts and Legal Stuff |
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