Posts from the ‘Business of Law’ category

Marketing Through Malpractice

  Back when I was a practicing workers’ compensation attorney, I represented a very pleasant woman who had the misfortune of having been injured on the…

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SO YOU WANT TO BE A TALKING HEAD! Becoming a Legal Commentator

  I have been fortunate over the many years of my career to serve as a legal commentator to local, national, and international media organizations in…

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Why Content Relevance is Everything Online

  “After I finished watching a puppy versus stairs video, I saw a link to a construction defect blog and I was really glad I did,”…

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Search Engine Optimization

  During the last few years practicing family law, some lawyers have left our firm to start their own practice. Each time I ask, “How are…

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10 Tips to Win at Life (in the Legal Profession)

  “When one of my clerks leaves and goes into practice, I tell them what I think it takes to succeed—which is what I’m going to…

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DU Resource Center for Separating & Divorcing Families Celebrates More Than a Year of Success

  The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) advocates for family law reform through its Honoring Families Initiative. One practical implementation of…

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Ethical Dilemmas or A No Good, Terrible, Bad Day

  On August 1, you purchased additional storage space on icloud.com. Proud as punch, you eliminated your backup server in your office, the need for a…

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How Should We Select Our Judges?

  “In too many states judicial elections are becoming political prizefights where partisans and special interests seek to install judges who will answer to them instead…

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My Paperless Office

  Imagine walking into your office to find your desk completely bare, with the exception of a laptop. Your bookshelves, file cabinets, and that stack of…

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