Practice Skills

5 Formatting Tricks That Won’t Save a Bloated Brief

5 Formatting Tricks That Won’t Save a Bloated Brief

WordRake Product Spotlight | A client wants a memo that paints a clear picture and outlines next steps like a Blue Apron meal kit. A judge wants a Maurice Sendak book not George R.R. Martin. Your audience wants you to deliver shorter documents. ...

WordRake - November 8, 2019
Business as Usual

What Features Should Legal Drafting Software Provide?

Checklist | Are your "business as usual" habits affecting your law firm's ROI?

Thomson Reuters - November 4, 2019
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Survival Skill No. 6 for Lawyers: Bring Your Authentic Self to Work

The new standard for lawyers: Bring your authentic self to work. Link Christin wraps up his series on beating burnout and achieving emotional well-being.

Link Christin - July 31, 2019
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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 19, 2019

Survival Skill No. 4 for Lawyers: Compassionate Professionalism

Keeping it professional at the office doesn’t mean you can’t be human.

Link Christin - May 22, 2019
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Five Ways to Shift Your Perspective

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

Jamie Spannhake - April 26, 2019

Need to Communicate Complicated Stuff? Talk About People

If you speak English and only English, does it make sense for me to explain something to you in French — even if I speak slowly? Of course not. While you probably never make this specific mistake with your clients, almost all of us commit a ...

Chris Graham - January 9, 2018

Video: Customizing the Status Bar in Microsoft Office

Making any Microsoft Office application easier to use often involves tweaking the interface to suit your work style. Here's one of the quickest, easiest and most powerful tweaks you can make: tricking out each application's Status Bar.

Deborah Savadra - October 18, 2017
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Need a Confidence Boost? Try This Before You Speak

How can you learn confidence? Sometimes you have to figure out how to act like you're confident until you feel it. Here's one way to go about it.

Marsha Hunter - August 23, 2017

How Learning Improv Gives Lawyers an Edge

There are places where you can tell a joke and places where you definitely shouldn’t. Generally, the courtroom is not the first choice for stand-up comedy. Unless you’re Paul Farahvar. Farahvar took improv classes at Chicago’s Second City comedy ...

Bull Garlington - July 6, 2017
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