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.
Top litigators know how to incorporate yoga into the courtroom. You should too, whether you are a litigator or a powerful and high-strung ERISA lawyer.
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.
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.
Believe it or not, you don’t want to get a solid 10 rating on Avvo. Or even a 9.2. It just reeks of high expectations, like you are an astronaut or something. Here’s how to crappify your ranking so you don’t get in over your head.