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Communications Skills

These 5 Phrases Make You Sound Out of Touch

Words that may seem harmless can sow dissonance and create tension. Here are some alternatives.

Joan Feldman - June 14, 2024
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Not Paying Attention When We Told Lawyers to Be Concise?

Get to the Point | Consider tight word count limits as a challenge to your writing prowess.

Theda C. Snyder - June 6, 2024
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Top Skills a Lawyer Needs for Success

Choose from this buffet of essential lawyer skills to plan your ascent to the heights of the legal profession.

Theda C. Snyder - June 2, 2024
Writing the table of authorities
Editing, Citations and the Table of Authorities: Keys to Persuasive Legal Writing

Ivy Grey | Effective legal writing combines articulate argumentation, authoritative citation, and proficient use of tools like the Table of Authorities.

Ivy Grey - May 23, 2024
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Grammar Quiz: What’s Wrong With These Sentences?

Teddy Snyder | Let's test your attorney grammar skills! Figure out if these sentences are fine or if you can make them better.

Theda C. Snyder - May 15, 2024
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Upgrade Your Image: Your New Publicity Still

Teddy Snyder | You need an up-to-date publicity still, also known as a headshot. People want to match a face with a name.

Theda C. Snyder - March 28, 2024
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4 Easy Steps to Being a Small-Talk Superstar

Bull Garlington | I’m going to give you two methods for mastering small talk. One for when you start, one for when they start. Ready? Let’s do this.

Bull Garlington - March 21, 2024
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Embrace Constraints to Build Your Legal Practice

Jay Harrington | Constraints can inhibit your success or be a catalyst for high performance.

Jay Harrington - March 7, 2024
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First Rule for Writing With GenAI

Editing GenAI documents is like eating cotton candy. Here's a quick tip.

Joan Feldman - February 28, 2024
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Public Speaking Tips: Introduce Yourself to Your Audience, Please!

Introduce yourself to ensure the information is relevant. If someone else introduces you, use these public speaking tips to head off blunders.

Theda C. Snyder - February 8, 2024
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