A different look at lawyering.
Recently over at r/lawyers on Reddit, someone asked how to prepare for a day-long interview at a large company. A long time LawyerSmack member and in-house lawyer responded with a really thoughtful write-up. It's too good to not get a wider audience, so I'm re-posting...read more
A few weeks ago I asked lawyers how they preferred to communicate with their clients. The overwhelming response was email. Which completely makes sense. It's asynchronous, provides a written record, and can include attachments. But sometimes you do need to meet with...read more
Unfortunately, most lawyers are lousy writers. That might seem counter-intuitive - the primary form of communication and work between lawyers is writing. But surveys and experts agree - lawyers just aren't that good at it. And polishing and honing writings skills is...read more