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25 Tips for the New Lawyer

If you’re a new lawyer you deserve a boost up. And today at Attorney at Work, we intend to give it to you in a concise, downloadable guide: "25 Tips for the New Lawyer." It’s bursting with handy information about working with others, dealing ...

The Editors - November 21, 2011

Email Signatures: Valuable Real Estate

Your email signature may be a tiny element in the scheme of your marketing, but it can be the most concise and consistent way to communicate who you are and where to find you. E-signatures have come so far in the past couple of years that email ...

Deborah McMurray and Keith Wewe - May 31, 2011

Knock Out Burnout!

Does your old friend adrenalin no longer give you the burst of energy and focus you need? Is it not only that you aren’t motivated, but that you don’t care that you’re not motivated? Do you feel apathy and inertia oozing into every cell? Burnout ...

Sheila Blackford - May 9, 2011

Fresh Marketing Ideas

Last week, more than 1,000 people gathered in Orlando for the 2011 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference. Just in case you weren’t one of them—or if you were but couldn’t attend all the sessions—we asked a few of Attorney at Work’s ...

The Editors - April 13, 2011

Getting the Fee You Deserve

It happens to every lawyer—although hopefully not too often. You propose or quote a fee to a client or prospective client and are greeted with a response such as “I can’t afford it” or “How can you have the nerve to charge that?” When that ...

Bob Denney - March 29, 2011