With just a little bit of capital, an Airstream Sport Camper can move you to the curb and away from all the lawyers practicing law in coffee shops.
Don’t let the youth movement spur you toward expensive and high-tech gizmos that will control you and not your bottom line. You can start a law firm for less than twenty bucks.
Online applications such as Don’t Forget the Beer are substitutes for real task-mastering workhorses: pen and paper. Luckily, we’ve got the definitive guide for using both of these tools in your practice.
With the growing trend of clients attacking lawyers with pencils, it’s only natural that lawyers begin to ask practice management gurus like us to help out.
We get a lot of questions about what a law practice should do in the event of a full-out apocalypse. Here goes.
With alternative billing schemes now de rigeur, we offer up two tried and true systems.
We’ve now done the research, considered all the basic needs of a practicing lawyer, and have come up with the definitive list of what it takes to start a law firm.
If scriveners go really bad, they can insert embarrassing “potty mouth” data into your backups, confuse ediscovery with a children’s board game, and even begin scrivening via Facebook or Twitter. Don’t let that happen to you.
Faced with a dizzying array of pastries and breads and other suitable snacks, what’s an attorney to do when picking out appropriate donuts. Luckily, we’ve got some recommendations.
Stop. Seriously. Stay sloppy and unfocused in your law practice. Here are the top ways to do it.