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Take a Risk: Trust

Some of the best advice we've heard comes from "Resolutionary" Stewart Levine, who says we need to learn to trust ourselves, move on and stop worrying whether or not we've made a mistake. Even better, he says, learn to trust other people. The ...

Stewart Levine - February 16, 2011

Freelance Lawyering: Have You Got What it Takes?

Think you want to break out of the rut and give freelance lawyering a try? What are your reasons? If they include such things as desperation or the path of least resistance, just go ahead and cross this career move off your list. Like any solo ...

Donna Seyle - February 7, 2011

You’re Hired! Here’s How to Stay That Way

"Second Chances" was the theme for the reality show “The Apprentice” this past season. The contestants were jobless, once-successful professionals hit hard by the economy. All were looking to prove themselves, competing to be the one to hear ...

Lauren Egan and Michael Sachs - February 3, 2011

Is Freelance Lawyering Your Thing?

Think the term “freelance lawyer” is an oxymoron? Well, it might have been, back in the day when the legal profession’s delivery model had something to do with UPS. Back then, there were “contract lawyers.” Typically, they worked through ...

Donna Seyle - January 26, 2011

Developing an Online Research Workflow: Second Step, Instapaper

How do you get all of your online research under control when there’s just so much to find, read and capture? In part two of his three-part series, Tom Mighell describes how he uses Instapaper to manage his online research workflow.

Tom Mighell - January 25, 2011

Delegating Done Right: Context Is Key

You’re overbooked, overworked and overwhelmed. You need help from an associate or two, or perhaps a team of lawyers. You need to delegate. Here are a few key things to keep in mind.

Steven Taylor - December 6, 2010