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.
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.
Because you never know what may come up in court, it’s best to have everything you need within easy reach. Which is why the Clydesdale Hauler Cart is an excellent choice for getting it all before the judge.
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. Thus, we begin our Law Practice Apocalypse series.
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.
Given that fashion is a a hot topic among underemployed blog-reading people generally, I’ve agreed to start a fashion tip column for modern lawyers.
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.