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The Friday Five

Five Ways to Make Speaking Engagements Pay Off

By | Sep.19.14 | No Comments

Let’s say you’ve been invited to speak at the annual meeting of a group of not-for-profits next month. Specifically, they want to know what, if anything, they should be worryin[...]

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Nothing But the Ruth!

Lawyers, Depression and Substance Abuse: A Candid Q&A

By | Sep.18.14 | No Comments

The suicide of actor Robin Williams made many, including me, reflect on how problems related to depression and substance abuse can lead to desperate, irrational actions. Lawyers i[...]

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Practice Management Technology

Product Beat Fall 2014: Law Practice Management Alley

By | Sep.17.14 | No Comments

For legal technology, it's been a year focused on start-ups, disrupt-style events, legal hackathons and competitions aimed at improving delivery of legal services. Meantime, [...]

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Client Service

Think Like a Client: Mind the Gap

By | Sep.16.14 | No Comments

“That’s why we have lawyers. They study a language for three years, and they learn it, and it’s a language that if a normal person read it, they’d have a stroke.”  —[...]

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Using Social Media to Find Better Job Candidates

By | Sep.15.14 | 1 Comment

Whether you consider yourself "social media-savvy" or not, your prospective employees likely are. The days of placing want ads in the local paper are long gone. Certainly, you can [...]

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The Friday Five

Techy Tips to Protect Your Time

By | Sep.12.14 | No Comments

Time is money. We all know it. But the fact is, we all have the same 24 hours each day, and it's just not enough. And like everyone else, when the day ends, it seems like more h[...]

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