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Archive for November 2008

Still Seats Left in Six Weeks Til Solo Practice

There are still seats left for the upcoming, online program, Six Weeks til Solo Practice. Just click on the link which will take you to the registration page and class syllabus.  Also, if you are a recent grad or not currently employed (or on the verge of a layoff), contact me at to inquire…

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Imagining Your Blog Audience

One of the best parts of blogging is the conversations it allows you to have with readers.  And if you don’t know who your readers are, well, then, imagine them, as I posted in this guest-post on Grant Griffiths’ Blog for Profit site.   Here’s a quick excerpt, but you should go over to Grant’s site…

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Two Years: The Reason Why You Should Not Leave the Law Now

With the economy tanking and the number of legal jobs declining, now may seem like a good time to leave the law.  Whether you graduated from law school last May and still haven’t found a job or whether you’re one of the growing number of biglaw casualties or a victim of a law firm’s forced…

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Round Up of Posts on Marketing Lessons from The Election

Throughout the election, I’d planned on writing a post on marketing lessons but didn’t get around to it.  Now that the election is over, this kind of analysis abounds, so rather than repeat it, I’ll offer this quick round up of some of the best, interspersed with my own commentary. Steve Harrison of MillionDollarAuthorClub offers…

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Tips on Meeting Clients At A Virtual Office

For many solo and small firm lawyers, virtual office space offers the optimal compromise between an entirely home-based operation on the one hand, and renting full time office space on the other.  A virtual office arrangement, which may include a mailing address, receptionist service and per diem use of office or conference room space, enables lawyers…

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