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Effecting Misuse Can Affect the Effectiveness of Your Writing: Sound-Alikes

By | Nov.24.14 | No Comments

Similar-sounding words can have very different meanings. Sound-alike words have tripped up many a scribe. Because you may be spelling the word correctly but misusing it for the con[...]

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The Friday 1,000

Five Things We’re Celebrating at Attorney at Work

By | Nov.21.14 | 3 Comments

How long have you been a subscriber to Attorney at Work? Those of you who have been with us from the very beginning have been receiving “one really good idea every day” since D[...]

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Ask the Experts

Gender Bias: Time to Leave Your Law Firm?

By | Nov.20.14 | No Comments

Question: I’m a young female lawyer working in a midsize law firm. It’s fairly obvious that women are treated as second-class citizens around here. Are there ways that you have[...]

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Risk Management

Create a Shared Vision for Your Law Firm

By | Nov.19.14 | No Comments

Businesses of all shapes and sizes set aside time at year's end to review their mission statement, strategic plan and operational plan. Unfortunately, few solo and small law firms[...]

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20 Law Practice Empowerment Tips

By | Nov.18.14 | No Comments

At the American Bar Association's annual GPSolo National Solo and Small Firm Conference in October, practice management experts Peggy Gruenke and Alan Klevan presented "60 Practic[...]

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Play to Win

Make Your Marketing More Persuasive

By | Nov.17.14 | No Comments

Lawyers often need to use persuasive skills in their work — convincing a judge or jury with an argument, persuading another party in a contract negotiation, convincing a client t[...]

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