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Lately, I have been having more and more conversations with colleagues about the ways in which attorneys can use the iPad in the daily practice of law
My colleague, Lisa Shapson, usually writes this column, but she has allowed me to commandeer her platform this month in order to pontificate about my newest professional interest: supporting the next
Philadelphia's largest law firms may compete over the same business, but they share the same problems and concerns too when it comes to managing their own affairs
During my 16 years of practice, I have been involved with four different bar associations. With each new membership, I became more involved in the bar association. What I have realized is that the mo
So, you passed the bar. Congratulations! You may be among the lucky ones to have landed a great job, or perhaps you are still looking for the right fit. You may have even joined a bar association or
A good friend from law school who is now in-house just called to say that she may have an opportunity to send you some work. You're excited. This is exactly what you've been working toward
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Every so often, we run into a college acquaintance or receive a phone call from a family member or friend of a friend who has a legal question. When this happens, younger attorneys are usually readil
Among the issues facing law firms is how to train new law school graduates in the art and practice of law in the midst of billing pressures and client concerns that they are footing the bill to train
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