Cosmolex
Ready Set Scale 770

Professional Development

Ready, Boss? Tips for Leading Your Team as a New Attorney

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Most young lawyers aren’t prepared to supervise coworkers. Here is some much-needed advice on leading teams — and gaining their respect.

Meyling Ly and Fermin Llaguno - March 11, 2023
how to address an envelope
How to Address an Envelope Like a Pro

To address an envelope, you will need to know the recipient's address, your return address, and how to locate a postage stamp.

Bull Garlington - March 2, 2023
bar membership
Unlocking the Power of Your Bar Association Membership

Video | Nicole Abboud shares four things new lawyers should be doing to get the most out of any bar association membership.

Nicole Abboud - February 28, 2023
lawyer awards
Give Yourself a Pat on the Back — and an Award

Teddy Snyder | Adopt “yes, I can” as your motto, and go after that well-deserved award.

Theda C. Snyder - February 21, 2023
Using Colons and Semicolons in Memos and Briefs

Our legal writing skills series continues with a couple of punctuation marks that often trip up lawyers.

Josh Taylor - February 20, 2023
how to say no
How to Say ‘No’ When ‘No’ Is What You Want to Say

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton | Who knows why we do it, but most of us tend to say “yes” to things when we should say "no."

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton - February 16, 2023
transferable skills
What Makes for a Great Transferable Skill? How to Uncover Even a Niche Lawyer’s Hard and Soft Skills

Annie Little |To unlock the power of your transferable skills, you must effectively describe your soft skills to employers.

Annie Little - February 15, 2023
executive functioning disorder
Are You Dealing With Executive Functioning Disorder?

Wendy Merrill | Lawyers who struggle with organization and focus may be dealing with EFD.

Wendy Merrill - February 15, 2023
stoic workplace
Be a Stoic to Win in the Workplace

Many contemporary business success stories are rooted in Stoic practices and philosophy.

Bull Garlington - February 12, 2023
presentation
The Four Parts of Your Presentation

To present a subject effectively, you need to optimize the speaker (you), the course materials, the visual (the PowerPoint) and the notes.

Theda C. Snyder - February 8, 2023
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.