The Case of The Client Who Knew Too Much

This guest post was written by Jay Reeves for Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of North Carolina. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Especially when dealing with clients. Make no mistake – it is a pleasure to work with intelligent people. It makes our job easier when we represent clients who do their […]

Isn’t It Time to Stop Thinking and Make Your Move?

It seems everyone is talking about transition. The NYSBA dedicated its entire January 2014 Journal to the topic. Jane Pauley, who hosts ‘Life Reimagined TODAY’, was interviewed on the ‘Sunday Morning’ show January 12th about her new book looking at baby boomers in transition. Even Queen Latifah had Kenneth Delmar (great video), an established painter, appear on her […]

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 […]