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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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A Critical Factor For Success: Accountability

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” — Aristotle The  trick is not holding other people accountable – but holding yourself accountable. It’s the central starting point of developing an appropriate professional ...

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What It Feels Like To Be A Client

  It’s easy for lawyers to become entrenched in their position and lose the perspective of someone not well-versed with the law. They lose perspective on what it feels like to be a client. Clients usually come to a lawyer ...

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How To Turn Your Anxiety Into Achievement

I was talking with some 3L students a month ago who were oh-so-ready to graduate from law school, but also nervous knowing that the bar exam is looming not too far away. Thinking back to when I took bar exam, ...

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Work-Life Balance: Denouement

  This past week, I wrapped up the manuscript for my forthcoming book, The Marble and The Sculptor – hence the lack of updates this past week. Not to mention it was a hectic week.  A large brief for an ...

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The Legal Industry: Charts Edition!

  In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past – mmm, five years – the legal industry is not doing so hot right now. And as a result, law schools and firms have come under a large ...

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