Are We All Faking It ‘Til We Make It?

After my last post asking when exactly one stops feeling like a “new” lawyer, I was pleasantly surprised to be quoted by ABA Journal’s Question of the Week posing the same question to its readers. As usual, the dialogue in the comments started to devolve into a heated debate: “I was born into the world of law […]

The Case of the Procrastinating PI Attorney

This guest post was written by Jay Reeves for Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina. Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow. Is that your motto sometimes? If so, join the club. Psychologists say everybody procrastinates on occasion. And a whopping 20 percent of us are chronic procrastinators. It seems […]

Solo Tech with Martha Sperry

We’re very excited to have Martha Sperry join us as Solo Practice University’s newest monthly columnist. She will author Solo Tech.  Her role will be to keep us updated on all the shiny gadgets out there and how they can improve your solo/small firm practice.  She welcomes lots of questions in the comments so together […]

How Will Big Data and Open Source Intelligence Impact Representing Your Clients….

…especially criminal lawyers? This post may be slightly off topic but there is so much discussion about Big Data and predictive or quantitative analysis: Big Data—the neologism refers both to the bounty of information and to its analysis—is on the cusp of revolutionizing health care, scientific research, education, insurance, public health, energy policy, and national […]