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Archive for September 2008

A Lawyer’s Guide To Collaboration: Re-imagining Your Law Practice

I’ve waited far longer than I ever intended to review The Lawyer’s Guide To Collaboration by familiar lawyer-bloggers Tom Mighell and Dennis Kennedy.  It’s not that I haven’t had time to read the book – in fact, I devoured it the moment it arrived and reference it frequently for various projects in my practice.  No,…

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Twitter: A Downpour of Information But the Sun Always Shines

[modified 9/12/08,6:30 am] Like some of my lawyer buddies on Twitter, I’ve noticed that I’ve had an increase in followers ever since JD Supra published this list of lawyers on Twitter.  While I’m flattered to have you all as new friends, don’t expect my tweets to give all that much insight on what I’m (or…

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Making Opportunities for Your Practice: An Interview With Ari Kaplan

A few months back, I had the opportunity to interview Ari Kaplan, author of a terrific new book, The Opportunity Maker: Strategies for Inspiring Your Legal Career  Through Creative  Networking nd Business Development.   Though the book is relatively short, it’s incredibly dense – reading it literally made my head spin, because there are dozens of…

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Legal Writing Expert Lisa Solomon Opines on ABA Opinion on Outsourcing

Last week, I posted about a recently released ABA Opinion 08-451 on the ethics of outsourcing.  At the time of the post, I didn’t have the opinion and griped that the ABA would issue a decision of such potential consequence and fail to make it publicly available.  In the absence of the decision, I relied…

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