Professionalism

in-person holiday party

Navigating the Professional Holiday Party

Teddy Snyder | If you hate parties on principle, it’s time for an attitude adjustment. On to maneuvering the shoals of in-person events.

Theda C. Snyder - December 8, 2022
law firm names

What’s in a Name? For Law Firms, Not Much

What does a legal consumer gain from a law firm name like Anderson & Jones? Nothing. Here's why all firms should be allowed to use a brand name.

Jared Correia - November 30, 2022
firm holiday party

Five Mistakes When Dressing for the Firm Holiday Party

Don't be the one to embarrass yourself at the big firm holiday party. That lamp does not go with those shoes.

Samantha Morris - November 29, 2022
how to look good on zoom

Men’s Attire: A Gentleman’s Guide for How to Look Good on Zoom

Remote working shouldn't mean your style has to suffer. We asked Raphael Schneider, founder of the hugely popular Gentleman's Gazette blog, to share his dress code for men on camera. 

Raphael Schneider - September 28, 2022
lawyer stress

Get Out! Take an Actual Day Off to Curb Lawyer Stress

Megan Zavieh | Stress is sneaky. It influences your ability to think and work — even when you think you're "fine." Here is my story of realizing stress was getting to me, seeing the possibility of real harm, and taking a day to uncork some of ...

Megan Zavieh - July 2, 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
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
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
lawyer advertising ethics

Six Things Every Lawyer (and Marketer) Should Know About Lawyer Advertising Ethics

Will Hornsby | I’ve plowed some of this ground in prior posts, but here is a framework to understand the six most important issues.

William Hornsby - June 10, 2022
sublet office space

Should You Sublet Office Space in Your Law Firm?

Many law firms are wondering what to do with their empty offices. Here are a few pros and cons to consider about subletting.

Katie Tejada - May 26, 2022
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