What should a new lawyer strive to accomplish in the first years of being licensed? We’ve got some surprising answers.
Whether you are looking for a competitive advantage or just have loads of cash to spend, Minimalist Law may be your best choice.
Chank reveals the five signs of the “Old Codger Lawyer,” a species of lawyer that is at least two generations behind but still proudly unaware of it.
Big Legal Brain provides some of the best contemporary choices for including some ass in your practice.
With increased attention devoted to the dogs used in war, we often overlook the contributions of canines to the practice of law and administration of justice.
There comes a time in a mature law practice when an associate asks “when’s Karaoke?” It’s a fascinating question, full of appropriate cultural and generational minefields. Newer “hip” associates are eager to jump in. Partners less so.
The “privy tent” promises to revolutionize attorney-client communications in coffee shops, hallways, restroom stalls, taxis, and airplanes.
With the cost of plaques and trophies diminishing rapidly, it’s a great time to implement a trophy-based rewards program. But when should you give out trophies to clients? And for what? Here’s what our field research shows.
How to use Twitter at an important legal conference, including the skills needed to really kiss ass like a professional tweeter and conference-goer.
Get away from a time-based billing system and use a gallon-based system instead. Plus, getting gallons of legal advice just sounds better.