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Solo-Style Spring Cleaning Tips

These creative cleanups can add polish to your practice and help you turn a tidy profit, too.

Megan Zavieh - March 21, 2019

Survival Skill No. 2 for Lawyers: Dealing with Chronic Stress

Dealing with unrelenting stress puts you at high risk for professional burnout. Here are ways to build stress-busting survival skills.

Link Christin - March 20, 2019
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Navigating the Maze of Attorney Advertising Rules

Ethics jail is not crowded with those who breach the ad rules, but there are consequences. Beware of these three myths.

William Hornsby - March 18, 2019
Lawyer By Trade and Marathon Runner By Choice

How Marathon Running Has Made Me a Better Lawyer

Greenberg Traurig partner Chinh Pham, a lawyer by trade, a marathon runner by choice.

Chinh Pham - March 13, 2019

Educating Clients About the Dangers of Social Media Activity

Indiscriminate posting during a legal case can pose big risks for clients.

Scott Distasio - March 6, 2019
Get to the Point

Litigation Terms Parties Get Wrong: “We’ll Go to Court to Settle This!”

Parties frequently use terms incorrectly, and that leads to miscommunication.

Theda C. Snyder - March 4, 2019
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Five Oldies but Goodies for Getting Fit

You don’t need to be on the cutting edge of every new fitness trend to get and stay fit.

Jamie Spannhake - February 22, 2019
On Balance by Megan Zavieh

Lawyers’ Duty to Google: Not Changing Anytime Soon

The "duty to Google" is a shorthand way of saying that when information is easily available, it simply cannot be ignored.

Megan Zavieh - February 21, 2019
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Survival Skill No. 1 for Lawyers: Emotional Resilience

Bouncing back is a skill that can easily be built with training — and one of the skills lawyers need for a long, healthy career.

Link Christin - February 20, 2019

Working From Home? Five Productivity Hacks to Help You Get More Done

"Productivity Hacks" has hundreds of tips aimed at helping you use tech to your advantage, schedule your time wisely, and get better organized. Here's a sample.

Joan Feldman - February 15, 2019