Yiddish is a great language to use to convince others that you are right. Here’s how to incorporate it into your legal writing.
What you put on your wall can make or break your law practice. Don’t skimp. Live large.
Before you roll your overhead projector through the courthouse doors for your next trial, remember these few quick tips for success
When the rest of the world is in the middle of recounting all of the best blog posts of the prior year, we instead look ahead to our top 10 posts for the coming year. Yeah.
On occasion, we’ll cover fundamental considerations for your practice. These are resources that, in your hectic schedule, you have likely overlooked, taken for granted, or have concluded are too complicated to implement for your practice. Our first practice basic deals with thermal fax paper, which is a frequently overlooked but valuable office tool.
With traditional gurus playing up paperless law offices, it’s time someone tells you how to go stapleless. Luckily, we do.
Using the doodles you inevitably create during the brief drafting process can beef up your writing and add a little pizzaz
Modern lawyers underestimate the effect of a formal office bar on a successul practice. That’s too bad.
When you’ve absolutely run out of any original thought or material, you can always create an irrelevant top list of some sort. Here’s how.
Sometimes old school is the best school, especially when it comes to your law office computer.