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Five Ways to Combat Apathy and Feel Good Again

A lot of us are struggling with apathy now. Here are five ideas from Jamie Spannhake on how to increase your enthusiasm so that apathy becomes interest again.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated May 30, 2022
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Using Outlook Rules to Process Email Like a Pro

Drowning in email? This excerpt from "Microsoft Outlook for Legal Professionals" tells how to manage rules so you can process email faster — plus a rule for keeping track of what you delegated by email.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 1, 2022
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Men’s Attire: A Gentleman’s Guide for How to Look Good on Zoom

Remote working shouldn't mean your style has to suffer. We asked Raphael Schneider, founder of the hugely popular Gentleman's Gazette blog, to share his dress code for men on camera. 

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 3, 2022
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No Need to Walk on Eggshells with Follow-up Emails

Follow up email examples: No Need to Walk on Eggshells. When sending a series of follow-up emails to prospects, many lawyers get anxious about how well they’re balancing persistence against the risk of being perceived as pushy and turning off the prospect. This is a legitimate concern. However, you don’t have to walk on eggshells. […]

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated May 30, 2022
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client visits

A How To: Crafting Your Elevator Speech (with examples)

Class reunions. Bar association events. Neighborhood parties. Every lawyer should be prepared to introduce themselves with a solid elevator speech.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 1, 2022
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Three Tips for Starting Off Strong When Going In-House

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Starting your first job in-house? Here are a few suggestions for making a successful transition.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 10, 2022
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chronic Stress

Your Chronic Stress: It’s a Matter of Confidence, Not Competence

For many lawyers, the most intolerable stress is due to imposter syndrome.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 28, 2022
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flat organization

The Flat Law Firm: Why Collaboration Over Hierarchy Makes Sense

Leslie Howard | As co-founder and managing partner of my firm, I realized early on that the traditional hierarchical model would not work for us.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 9, 2022
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persuasive lawyer

Six Tips for Being a More Persuasive Lawyer

Gray Robinson | Unfortunately, the art of persuasion isn't taught in many law schools. Here are six fundamentals.

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 6, 2022
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Changing Jobs: Use This Process to Figure Out if It’s Time to Go

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Is it time to change jobs or can you grow where you're planted?

Originally published May 28, 2022
Last updated June 4, 2022
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