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.
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When confronted with head lice infestation, law firms often cave to embarrassment and attempt to hide the problem, exacerbating any recovery. Relax. There is hope. Here is what you can do.
More and more attorneys are turning to the office chain saw to make their practices more efficient, interactive, and engaging.
You could spend a ton of your downtime handing your dog client documents to chew on as part of regular file destruction, or you could try something attorneys have not yet used more widely: controlled burns.
The Swingline 747 Business Stapler has all the features you want, and then some.
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.