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Book Review: The Practice

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Next in a series of long overdue book reviews, here are my thoughts on The Practice: Brutal Truths About Lawyers And Lawyering by Brian Tannebaum. Go buy this book right now. I’ll elaborate. As with my review of Supreme Ambitions, ...

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Book Review: Supreme Ambitions

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So this review is long overdue. I received an advance preview copy of David Lat’s debut novel, Supreme Ambitions, back in October of last year. I read it immediately and enjoyed it, but it also came at a time when ...

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Podblast: Me Love You Long Time

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Jeena and Keith’s postmortem PodBlast, talking about the entire incident, professionalism in law, constructive vs. destructive criticism, sexism and racism in law.  Links mentioned: – Clio Webinar: Better Lawyering Through Mindfulness  – Happy Law Day! Can We Bring Civility Into Law? – Your Reputation ...

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Your Reputation Goes Ching Chang Chong

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UPDATE 5/2/15 1700 hours: Dan Hull apologized re: the below.  Hull can be a brash fellow, prone to shoot from the hip. I think we’ve all said something that we realize was insensitive in hindsight. When someone recognizes that their behavior ...

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Are You Responsive?

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Are you responsive? Or rather, is your law firm website? That’s been the question on the tip of the tongue for most web geeks and marketers for the past couple of months. And today is the day when the ramifications of the ...

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ABATechShow 2015

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So this week I’ll be in Chicago for the ABA TechShow. What is the ABA Techshow you ask? Technology is becoming fully integrated in the practice of law. Our legal work is now more dependent on the use of technology, ...

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The Value Of Criticism

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Scott Greenfield writes on the Sunshine Superman Syndrome: Self-assessment is notoriously unreliable, whether because we over- or under-estimate our competence. The Impostor Syndrome, like fear, saves us from being the fool, and doing harm to others in the process, by ...

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