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So You Want to Be an Adjunct Law Professor? 6 Lessons from My Experience

Andy Brownstein | Here are a few things I learned during my whirlwind first semester as an adjunct.

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Has Your Boss Fallen Out of Love With You? 9 Signs

Has the boss stopped handing you new clients or projects? Falling out of favor is a tough blow, but don't let it ruin your career.

Originally published June 30, 2022
Last updated July 6, 2022
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Can Lawyers Ethically Store and Transmit Client Info in the Cloud?

Ask the Experts at 2Civility.org: Our law firm would like to reduce our paper and physical storage use and costs by “going to the cloud” with our data. Before we invest in training our attorneys and staff, how do we know what companies are secure and trustworthy? We don’t want an ethics violation due to a data breach of our clients’ confidential information.

Originally published June 30, 2022
Last updated July 6, 2022
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What’s in a Name? For Law Firms, Not Much

What does a legal consumer gain from a law firm name like Anderson & Jones? Nothing. Here's why all firms should be allowed to use a brand name.

Originally published June 30, 2022
Last updated July 22, 2022
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Leaving Your Firm? Aim for a Joint Notice to Clients

Mark C. Palmer | Q: "I’ve accepted an offer to lateral to another firm. I’ll be continuing in the same practice area and locale, so I hope to keep some of my clients, current and past. While I’ve watched my colleagues make similar moves, I’m concerned about meeting my obligations to my clients and leaving the firm on a positive (and ethical) note."

Originally published June 30, 2022
Last updated July 6, 2022
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