Unpaid legal work is sprouting up everywhere, with clear opportunities available for law students willing to move boxes and do laundry. Here’s what you need to ask.
Archives for April 2011
One detail that attorneys often overlook is reading material to keep in the office bathroom, particularly material for clients. We recently spent five weeks hanging out surreptitiously in office bathrooms and can now report our findings.
We introduce the Slacker Last Will and Testament, one of a series of legal forms offered by Big Legal Brain.
Recognizing an obvious and crying need for calculating things, we are excited to announce today the availability of the C. Hank Index Metric for Professionals, or CHIMP for short.
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.
Bottom line? A law firm’s sparsely attended hot taco bar bites, no matter how fresh or special the queso or chimichangas. He are some of our top considerations if you are thinking about making this killer law firm marketing move.
“Uber” social media now combines the sensuality of human skin with a conscious desire for too much information. With that in place, what is the future of lawyer business cards? The tattoo.
We recommend maintaining a stash of powerfully meaningless phrases you can rely on to bolster an argument without really saying anything. Here are our top three.
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.
In response to groundbreaking work from a consortium of life coaches, more and more lawyers are using the “happy” disclaimer, or the “proclaimer” as it is now being called in the profession.