Get to the Point!
It's a fitting way to celebrate National Grammar Day: Today we are announcing that lawyer and author Teddy Snyder is taking over Attorney at Work's monthly "Get to the Point" colu[...]Continue reading »
There's no getting around it. As a lawyer, you must be able to meet the gaze of everyone you speak to, and you should always make eye contact when addressing an audience. Easy to [...]Continue reading »
Are you sending mixed messages by saying one thing and doing another? Can you tell when people are trustworthy, bored, anxious or interested by the way they sit or how they look at[...]Continue reading »
The most brilliant trial attorneys seem to have a natural instinct for reading people, knowing intuitively what a nod from a juror or glance from a judge implies. For the rest of u[...]Continue reading »
Want your clients to be more open and honest with you? Make them feel at home. Sounds simple enough. A warm smile, an inviting office, and you should be all set! But what if their [...]Continue reading »
Mastering Client Care
In her new series on mastering the care of clients, attorney Ryan Sullivan has advice for clearing up your client communications issues and elevating your service. With a smile. [...]Continue reading »