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accepting your mistakes

How to Handle a Mistake as a Young Lawyer

Meyling Ly Ortiz | Almost everything is fixable if you catch it early enough.

Meyling "Mey" Ly Ortiz - November 16, 2022
opposing counsel

Shutting Down Uncivil Opposing Counsel

It's been said (often) that lawyers were genteel, professional and respectful of their colleagues in the past. But the last few decades haven't been good ones for the profession on that front. Intimidation, shabby lawyering, "over-papering" and ...

Quinn Clancy - October 28, 2022
delegate effectively

Three Steps to Effective Delegation: What, Who and How

The first step in delegating is knowing what to delegate. Use this matrix to help determine what type of legal work you can (and should) assign to others, and what you can keep.

Yuliya LaRoe - October 17, 2022
Microsoft Powerpoint Tips

Look Smart When Presenting with PowerPoint

Traditionally, most presenters see the same view of their slides that their audience sees. Don't you long for the ability to view your own presentation notes at the same time? Although the ability to view your notes while presenting has been ...

Carole Levitt - September 15, 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
letting go of anger

Survival Skill No. 5 for Lawyers: Letting Go of Anger

Learn to deal with your own anger and that of the people around you.

Link Christin - June 20, 2022
Computer screen lawyer presentations

Better Presentations: How to Stop ‘Rough-Drafting’ and Learn to Speak with Precision

Do your presentations suffer from "hanging fragmentitis"? When you hear yourself starting sentences over, help yourself bring that sentence to an end by doing three things.

Marsha Hunter - June 18, 2022
persuasive lawyer

Six Tips for Being a More Persuasive Lawyer

Gray Robinson | Unfortunately, the art of persuasion isn't taught in many law schools. Here are six fundamentals.

Gray Robinson - May 28, 2022
masterful presentations

On Deck: Pro Tips for Creating Masterful Presentations

For Friday Five+ Tech Tips, we invite a dream team of law practice technology experts to give their best advice for tackling the everyday tech quandaries that plague us all, to help your practice run just a bit more smoothly. This month’s ...

Joan Feldman - May 27, 2022
shift perspective

Five Ways to Shift Your Perspective

Shifting your perspective can elevate your mood and bring you to new creative solutions.

Jamie Spannhake - May 24, 2022
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