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Young Lawyers: Differentiate Yourself

Adam Bryant, columinst at the NYT and author of the book, “The Corner Office: Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons From CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed,” just put up an article titled: Distilling the Wisdom of C.E.O.’s (warning, will consume one of your free monthly NYT ...

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How Should Young Lawyers Conduct Themselves Online?

For the unaware, there is a lawyer-centric blogging platform/service called Lexblog, which is geared towards providing a turn-key solution to blogging/SEO/social media/etc . The CEO of the company is Kevin O’Keefe, and he maintains a blog called Real Lawyers Have ...

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Tattoos, Technology, Tolerance and TMI

Interesting breakdown on Gen Y/Millennials found here, from The Jury Expert. Quick excerpt: Case themes a. Millennials led very structured and protected early lives. Themes of how investors/plaintiffs/trainees were not protected, trained or supported may resonate with them. Betrayal of ...

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