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I'm the founder and editor of Associate's Mind. I like to write, talk, and think about law, professional development, technology, and whatever else floats my boat. I practice law in Birmingham, AL.

Site News: Miscellaneous Edition

Site News: Miscellaneous Edition

Friday, end of the week, time to relax! Or just continue working over the weekend (which is what I’ll be doing for part of it). Anyway, a few odds and ends that I wanted to mention. Above The Law Column ...

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Book Review: Point Made 2nd Edition

Book Review: Point Made 2nd Edition

I’m always looking for ways to improve my own writing – legal or otherwise. I think my writing is pretty good (I was number one in legal writing in my class for what it’s worth), but I know I have ...

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The Pomodoro Technique For Time Management

The Pomodoro Technique For Time Management

Sometimes one of the most difficult problems people face is actually putting aside the time to work. People often attempt to multi-task multiple projects at one time while simultaneously juggling email, Twitter, etc. Frankly, it’s an incredibly ineffective method in which to conduct your work. We aren’t computers. ...

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A Grain Of Salt To Go With The #ABATECHSHOW

A Grain Of Salt To Go With The #ABATECHSHOW

A couple weeks ago I needed to refer a client to a patent attorney. So the first thing I did was Google “patent attorney Birmingham Alabama” right? Hell no. I called up a long practicing attorney who I trusted and ...

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Anticipating The Future Of Law

Anticipating The Future Of Law

If you’re a lawyer who spends any amount of time online, you’ll soon discover that the “future of law” has become a cottage industry unto itself. There are professors, pundits, lawyers-turned-consultants, all peddling their version of the future of the ...

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What Makes Lawyers Happy?

What Makes Lawyers Happy?

Many law students and new lawyers are obsessed with things such as rank, grades, and law review. But (thanks to the Legal Skills Prof Blog) I recently came across an empirical research study on SSRN that shows that those things ...

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