3 Steps To Owning Your Mistakes

  One of the great, unspoken realities of being a new lawyer that is never mentioned in law school is that you are going to screw up – badly. And then you’re going to have to explain it to your ...

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Memo To New Associates: Manage Your Own Career

  Recent law school graduates have been taking the bar exam. In a couple months, hopefully around 56.2% of them will have jobs. The below hypothetical memo is written from a senior partner to new associates of a firm. New Associates, ...

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So If SEO Is No Longer Important, What Is?

  Yesterday I wrote about the changing nature of Google and how it means the end of SEO for lawyers: All the SEO and content generation in the world doesn’t mean a thing with the way Google is headed with ...

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Google, Lawyers, and The End of SEO

  For many businesses, their website is their storefront. They want their website to get noticed. But how to to get noticed – how do you stand out – from a million other websites? SEO. If you spend any amount of ...

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What is Unconstitutional Animus?

  Today the Supreme Court handed down a significant decision in U.S. v. Windsor, striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Besides the decision, what was of particular interest to me was the reasoning behind the decision – unconstitutional animus. I ...

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