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adjunct law professor

So You Want to Be an Adjunct Law Professor? 6 Lessons from My Experience

Andy Brownstein | Here are a few things I learned during my whirlwind first semester as an adjunct.

Andy Brownstein - June 30, 2022
career Growth

Three Tips for Owning Your Career as a Young Lawyer

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Hoping “someone” will teach you how to be successful lawyer, without doing more, is not an effective strategy.

Meyling "Mey" Ly Ortiz - June 28, 2022
depression in lawyers

Depression in Lawyers: Bad News and Good News

Gray Robinson | Depression in lawyers can stem from obsession over perfection, secondary PTSD, imposter syndrome, and more.

Gray Robinson - June 28, 2022
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LinkedIn Profile Update: How to Stand Out in 4 Simple, Achievable Steps

Tea Hoffmann: Here's how to conduct a step-by-step LinkedIn profile update — because when your business is running on virtual connections, a stale profile isn’t going to cut it.

Tea Hoffmann - June 26, 2022
hybrid work

Building a Successful Hybrid Work Environment for Your Law Firm

Transitioning to a thriving hybrid work environment for the long run will require some changes in the way law offices operate. Here are some basics.

Andrea Williams - June 24, 2022
letter of closure

A Letter of Closure for All the Right Reasons

Using a letter of closure at the end of a client engagement varies greatly firm to firm — and at times among lawyers within the same firm. Among those who don't use them, the excuses I hear include, “We do a lot of flat-fee, in-and-out kinds of ...

Mark Bassingthwaighte - June 24, 2022
state bar complaint

Searing Lessons From a State Bar Complaint: A Lawyer’s Story

An ethics sanction is not a professional death sentence. Not if you don't let it become one.

Bruce Willey - June 23, 2022
new attorney

Knowing Is Half the Battle: Pro Tips for Your First Assignment as an Associate

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Here are a few questions to consider asking when you get your first assignment. (Or any assignment!)

Meyling "Mey" Ly Ortiz - June 22, 2022
diminished capacity

How Lawyers Should Respond to Cognitive Decline in a Client

Mark C. Palmer | "Can I continue to properly serve a client who may have diminished capacity? What if he continues to decline?" Ask the Experts at 2Civlity.org.

Mark C. Palmer - June 22, 2022
law firm blogs

Four Tips for Writing Legal Blog Posts That People Will Actually Read

Jay Harrington | Let's face it, many legal blog posts are easy to ignore. Here's a structure for writing posts that are simple, skimmable — and readable.

Jay Harrington - June 21, 2022
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