LawLytics

Communicating

word usage

Much Ado About Word Usage

Get to the Point | The error that seems increasingly common is “much adieu.” That should be “much ado.”

Theda C. Snyder - September 6, 2022
minimize distractions

Six Quick Tips to Minimize Distractions

Danielle DavisRoe | We can’t completely remove ourselves from interruptions, but we can minimize them a bit with these tricks.

Danielle DavisRoe - August 26, 2022
brainstorming guidelines

Brainstorming Guidelines: 10 Tips for Today’s Law Firm Marketing

Your marketing strategy will be more effective if you follow these brainstorming guidelines.

Gina Rubel - August 23, 2022
eloquent speakers

Eloquence Makes Every Word Important

Teddy Snyder | Eloquent speakers understand that in every setting, every minute should be informing, perhaps delighting, your audience.

Theda C. Snyder - August 11, 2022
name parties

Name Plaintiffs or Other Parties Precisely

The words you use to identify a plaintiff may color the reader's view. Don't miss an opportunity to legitimately tip the scales in one direction.

Josh Taylor - July 24, 2022
microsoft word section breaks

How to Use Section Breaks to Change Margins, Page Orientation and More in the Middle of a Word Document

Page breaks have their uses, but only section breaks let you change section formatting part way through your Word doc.

Danielle DavisRoe - July 22, 2022
microsoft word templates

Using Microsoft Word Templates to Create Model Documents That Save Your Law Firm Tons of Time

Gold Standard Templates are model documents set up in Word with formatting, easy-to-identify changeable text, and all optional provisions in one place.

Danielle DavisRoe - June 24, 2022
page numbers in MS Word

How to Master Page Numbers in Microsoft Word

Page numbering in Microsoft Word can bring even the most stoic attorney to tears, but with these easy to follow steps, you'll master it in no time.

Danielle DavisRoe - June 14, 2022
commonplace book

Commonplace Books Are Uncommonly Useful for Lawyers

Analog Attorney | Keeping a commonplace book helps you be more interesting.

Bull Garlington - June 13, 2022
follow up email examples

No Need to Walk on Eggshells with Follow-up Emails

Follow up email examples: No Need to Walk on Eggshells. When sending a series of follow-up emails to prospects, many lawyers get anxious about how well they’re balancing persistence against the risk of being perceived as pushy and turning off ...

Mike O'Horo - May 28, 2022
envelope

Welcome to Attorney at Work!

Sign up for our free newsletter.

x

All fields are required. By signing up, you are opting in to Attorney at Work's free practice tips newsletter and occasional emails with news and offers. By using this service, you indicate that you agree to our Terms and Conditions and have read and understand our Privacy Policy.