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Closing a Sale: How to Eliminate the Pain and Fear

Do you feel fear and anxiety when trying to close a sale? Here's how to eliminate it.

Mike O'Horo - May 8, 2019

Using Content as a Lawyer Recruiting Tool, Part 2: Real-World Ideas

How do you say “we’re different” to potential hires? Here's how a few savvy firms use content that tells a story.

Susan Kostal - May 6, 2019
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New Lawyers Should Have More Than One Mentor

Wouldn't it be nice to have a board of directors to guide your career?

Amy Timmer - May 1, 2019
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Stay Curious: Wise Words from a ‘Wise Guy’

Ruth Carter shares a few favorite lessons from Guy Kawasaki's new book.

Ruth Carter - April 10, 2019
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Legal Project Management, Part 3: Your Most Important Tasks

In Part 3 of a series on LPM, Lawyerist's Sam Glover explains a simple daily practice for organizing your personal tasks. 

Sam Glover - April 8, 2019

‘Balancing the Scales’: Have Women Lawyers’ Expectations Changed in the Past 50 Years?

History lessons and takeaways from a panel around "Balancing the Scales," a documentary about challenges women lawyers have faced.

Kristin Tyler - April 4, 2019
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New Lawyers, Law Librarians Are Your Friends

Tip from solo Lisa Witt on working with law librarians to save you time and money.

Lisa Witt - April 2, 2019

Using Content as a Lawyer Recruiting Tool, Part 1

Try these tips on how to use content to recruit associates. Plus, some examples from firms that are knocking it out of the park.

Susan Kostal - April 1, 2019
What’s Working for Your Practice? Everything – or Just You?

What’s Working for Your Practice? Everything – or Just You?

Ready to get on track to a successful practice and happier life? Check out Attorney at Work's latest e-guide, by Dustin Cole.

Dustin Cole - March 29, 2019

Five Tips for Facing Non-Performing Partners Head-On

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