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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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Disconnect to Recharge

Disconnect to Recharge

Sometimes you just have to walk away for awhile. I’ve been quiet here at Associate’s Mind for about a month. This usually happens around the holidays every year to a greater or lesser extent. Time away from work. Time with ...

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Conquering Small Talk Anxiety

Conquering Small Talk Anxiety

A couple weeks ago I had two separate new law grads email me asking about networking. I spent about 30 minutes or so talking on the phone with each of them. (Yes, I gave them my number and took time out of ...

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An Alien Joins A Monkey

An Alien Joins A Monkey

  Last month I noted that Mailchimp re-wrote their terms of service, mostly ditching legalese and adopting plain language, in order to better serve their users. Not to be left out, Reddit just overhauled their Privacy Policy (discussion of policy), ditching ...

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Who Owns The Law?

Who Owns The Law?

  I do. I own the law. www.whoownsthelaw.com  If this makes no sense to you (which it really shouldn’t), go look at all the tweets regarding the #reinventlaw conference that is going on now. Or just follow me on Twitter, ...

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Why You Probably Suck At Twitter (You Don’t Cheat)

Why You Probably Suck At Twitter (You Don’t Cheat)

A couple of days ago I received an email encouraging me to cheat. It was from Twitter. Here is the pertinent part of the message: Twitter was offering two methods of advertising. Neither involved any sort of ad placement or banner placement. Rather they ...

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