Me? I’m a single dad with four kids and six foster children, plus I care for my adult brother who has severe ulcerative colitis, no legs, and a brain injury from serving in the first Iraq war.
Many attorneys underutilize the web and its vast availability of expertness. A prime example is PollDaddy, underutilized by attorneys in their day-to-day legal work. That needs to change.
We bring you Blawg Review 297, the Hair Shirt Edition, complete with hair shirt merchandising and livetweeting of our bonfires. In other words, we compare what’s really burning with what actually should be burned.
How to increase your online presence by dropping famous names whenever and wherever you can, even in the bathroom.
Instead of hunkering down and trying to decrease expenses, attract clients, and make your practice more efficient, it’s easier to diversify and invest in strategic dabbling. Think about dabbling in international child abduction cases or patent litigation to increase your firm’s revenue.
It’s hard to be a real lawyer, especially after Tweeting and cofficing at the local cafe. Here’s how.