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I had the pleasure of answering some fun questions over on Lawyerist about How Lawyers Work. Check out my answers (and music preferences) here!
It’s no joke that the State Bar of California may be coming for you if a client has filed a complaint. Despite budget problems, mass layoffs and lack of a fee bill for 2017, the State Bar is boosting funding for the attorney discipline system. Read more from the Bar itself here.
If you follow news stories about the state of the bar in California, you may know that the unified bar is on a path to deunification. What you may not know are the roots of the intense drama underlying the changes. General Structure of the Bar The State Bar of California is an integrated or[…]
This is one of my favorite posts that I’ve written, which is all about conquering the intimidation factor in all facets of our lives. Head on over to AttorneyatWork.com to read it in full.
It’s a new piece up on Attorney at Work, all about how to set yourself apart from the competition when they aren’t playing by the rules.
I recently had the pleasure of contributing to Attorney at Work‘s guide to the new year Be It Resolved! Check it out here (and don’t miss my real-self picture from the most recent Atlanta Spartan Race)!
My latest post is up on Lawyerist — what are a lawyer’s ethical responsibilities when personal politics collide with client interests.
If spending time with innovative solo lawyers with more ideas than you could hope to implement in a year is your idea of fun (it is mine!), you would have loved TBD Law. TBD Law was a two-day conference in St. Louis that took place a couple of weeks ago, and I am still reeling[…]