If your legal writing these days seems dry and not quite ironic, saucy, or epic enough, loosen it up with some exclamation points.
Even if your law firm website is already full of awesome, there are still tricks to make it totally more awesomer.
C. Hank Peters and the crew of Big Legal Brain accept top honors in a contest that selected twenty-five of the worlds’ top legal blogs, as selected by people north of Iowa and West of Wisconsin.
In the first of several posts during International Legal Writing and Drafting Week, we concentrate on how to beast your legal writing by aggressive use of the period. Totally. Beast.
We get a lot of questions about what a law practice should do in the event of a full-out apocalypse. Here goes.
Sure, it’s not an official language of any country. But if you learn Esperanto you may stand a better chance of breaking through the four-figure income barrier.
Honestly, we’re no different than all the other legal bloggers out there. Luckily, though, we concentrate on the big picture: the top five smoothies to assure your success in law school.
With temperatures above 100 degrees, we spent the last two days at the corporate lakeside cabin coming up with names of various groups of attorneys.
While we’ve never actually been able to touch an iPhone, we recently obtained a leaked promotional image of the phones side by side. We’ve carefully examined the image and now have an infographic that quickly explains the differences between the two phones.
My lawyer owner is thinking about getting another dog, apparently believing that I’m lonely. I’m fine with Twitter and don’t want some other mate harshing my mellow. What should I do?