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Much has been written on this topic over the past few years. We recently came across an article on the subject that was written by Peter Vogt from Monster.com. Peter expressed some informative points that we'd like to share. Please click here to read Mr. Vogt's entire article... Continue Reading
Many attorneys have pondered the idea of hanging a shingle and starting their own firm. Perhaps they crave autonomy. Maybe a new attorney can't get a nibble on his resume. Some more experienced attorneys often think about their own practice after getting pushed out of a firm or corporate legal department. The reasons for considering the idea indeed vary... Continue Reading
Lawyer burnout has been formerly defined as: "a disease of disengagement." A key sign of this "disease" is when an attorney feels a reduced sense of accomplishment. Negativity takes control of an attorney's job and the professional often loses a sense of identity and achievement. Lawyer burnout can be a serious condition resulting in many negative impacts on an attorney's professional and personal life... Continue Reading
It's no surprise that the legal industry is growing increasingly technical every day. New technical tools - both complex and simple - are getting utilized to provide legal services more efficiently and more skillfully. As a result, today's attorney should have a few levels of technical knowledge in their skill sets. This holds true no matter if you're at a senior level, a junior level, or a recent law school graduate. Here's what you should know when it comes to being a tech-savvy lawyer... Continue Reading
Mark your calendars. The 6th Annual University of Florida E-Discovery Conference will be held on Thursday, March 29th. While the conference is held in the Sunshine State, attorneys can gain all the latest and greatest e-discovery news and knowledge via live stream for just $99... Continue Reading