How Secure is Your Law Firm Data? (Part 1)

Lawyers and firms who underestimate the risk of a cyber attack or who fail to take affirmative steps to protect their data, have an increased risk of becoming the subject of a disciplinary or malpractice claim. Rule 1.6 Confidentiality of Information, which prohibits lawyers from revealing confidential client information, also speaks to a lawyer’s duty to protect client information. What can you do to mitigate this risk?

Nothing Can Bring You Success But Yourself

As I close the year 2015 and reflect back on the progress I’ve made on Rezooming my career, I need to share with you a book I’ve read several times over these past 5 years that has made a huge impact on my journey. The book is Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. It has 17 wonderful steps you can use as guideposts and suggestions to refocus your career.

Work Life Balance for the Single Solo

When you are running your own solo practice, the subject of work-life balance often arises. We discuss prioritizing work with date nights, family time, school plays, exercise, etc. For the most part though, the discussion revolves around couples and concerns regarding marital quality time and children.

For some reason when you are single no one talks about the work-life balance of building your business and trying to find a suitable partner. Well, let’s discuss it.

The Rezooming Mess: When Your Office Looks Like A War Zone.

In the big scheme of things, I confess my rezooming office is a mess. I know where everything is. Yet my family walks by and scratches their collective head. This past January, I addressed the piles of paper in need of filing. I emptied out my office completely, putting everything in like/kind piles on my dining room table. I knew the organizational process would take time but clearly I would be done before I needed to use the table again. But is a messy office the sign of a brilliantly creative mind?

Do You Know Who Your Client Is? Here’s a Strange (But Common) Situation.

From time to time I get involved in conversations with lawyers who have called in with a question or concern and as we talk through the situation it becomes clear that part of the problem is the lawyer doesn’t know who his client is. These are the times I find myself asking “How in the world does this happen?” It happens more often than you think!

Pin It on Pinterest