30June, 2016

Seize the Day: The Pause That Refreshes

Lawyers have a reputation for being workaholics.  Much of it is deserved.  Even though it’s harder now than ever before to make a living, let’s not kid ourselves: attorneys have been working overtime for a long, long . . . long time.  The ability to work oneself into the ground, in this profession, is (more […]

23June, 2016

Soft Launch: Building Out a Niche, the Safe Way [Video]

If you’re considering moving your practice into a niche but have reservations, Jared has a one minute tip that will make your decision easier.

For more information on niche practice development, check out:

-‘The Expertise Effect: How Getting Narrow Can Grow Your Practice’

-‘Rethinking the Practice of Law: Niche Practice Areas’

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Liner Notes

Even though my general view […]

17June, 2016

Got Debt? Student Loan Repayment and Forgiveness Programs for Lawyers [Guest Post]

As you know, it’s not an easy time to graduate from law school. Student debt has reached outrageous sums. Our guest blogger, Andrew Josuweit knows first-hand about student debt, as he watched his own debt rise to $107,000. He decided to do something about it by founding Student Loan Hero, a company that provides easy-to-use […]

10June, 2016

Techno Dabble: How To Build an Informal, Internal Support Network

Sometimes, when you buy software, you don’t just buy software; what may come attached are certain accoutrements, one of which may be a support package, which may be fairly costly in its own right, and oftentimes a continuing expense.  The continued development of cloud products has meant an increase in intuitive applications, which require less […]