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There are times when apologizing is absolutely necessary. Here are tips to make sure you don’t bungle your next “I’m sorry.”Joan Feldman - April 5, 2019
Few firms deal with non-performing partners proactively. Instead, most opt to "wait and see" — reducing the lawyer's compensation year after year while she flounders. In my opinion, this is the coward’s way out.Tea Hoffmann - March 25, 2019
Think you’re too busy or too stressed to commit to a volunteer role for a nonprofit or bar group? The key to success lies in learning to adapt.Mike Arias and Elise Sanguinetti - November 27, 2018
Making a difference in the world starts with making an impact on the people you work with, and the people you lead. Leadership is not a position or a title — it’s a state of mind.Paul H. Burton - November 26, 2018
In this timely new book, Amy Timmer and Matthew Cristiano describe how episodic "60-minute" mentoring works — and you can use it to become a better law student, lawyer and colleague.Joan Feldman - September 25, 2018
Why do so many law firms protect their jerks — and what can you do when you've had enough of bad behavior?William Cobb - August 15, 2012
Forget politicians and presidents. We critique everyone's leadership abiity these days—from the managing partner to the new real estate practice group leader to the elderly supervisor of our kid's school lunchroom. And everyone's an expert on ...The Editors - August 5, 2011