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Write Like People Read

Chris Graham | Have you noticed that the way you read websites, emails, text messages — even magazine and news articles — has changed over time?

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated June 16, 2022
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Business Development Starters for Law Firm Associates

Sally Schmidt | Six associate business development activities to help young lawyers get a running start building their law practices.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated July 17, 2022
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5 Intentional Organization Tips to Save Lawyers Time

Andrea Cannavina | Good organization habits can make you more efficient and productive, but it doesn't happen by accident. You need to get intentional to stop wasting time.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated June 10, 2022
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This Is How You Build a Book of Business

Even if you are a brand-new associate, Jay Harrington says it's never too early to think about business development. Here are four principles to keep in mind as you get started.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated June 7, 2022
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How to Master Autofill in Microsoft Excel

Do you regularly find yourself entering repetitive data or formulas in Microsoft Excel? The following tips tell how to quickly enter lists and repetitive formulas in Excel like a pro.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated June 5, 2022
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Want to Generate More Leads as a Lawyer? Write a Book

If you are an established lawyer looking to grow your practice, or a young lawyer hoping to build a book of business for the long term, you should give serious consideration to writing a book. Why? There are few, if any, better marketing assets than a book with your name on the cover. As a lawyer, there are two steps to business development. First, you need to generate opportunities, then you need to capitalize on them. Writing a book helps with both. Here’s how.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated July 22, 2022
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Journaling: Your Work-Life Balance Power Tool

These journals can guide you on the path to a rich, value-based balance.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated June 9, 2022
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Tricks for Reading Documents in Microsoft Word

Microsoft Office 365 subscribers have access to some new features — including Read Aloud and Immersive Reading — that make reading easier.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated June 8, 2022
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Seven Steps to a More Authentic, Fresher Attorney Bio

Nobody sets out to write a boring bio. It’s just so easy to follow the usual attorney bio format and rarely update or change it. What a waste! Here are great tips from Nancy Slome to reboot your bio.

Originally published May 29, 2022
Last updated May 30, 2022
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