Witnesses have both a right and a responsibility to insist on clear and fair questions.
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If you’re a typical small-business owner — solo attorney or otherwise — this is the time of year when the call of that shoebox full of bills, receipts and other scraps starts getting louder and more insistent.Read More »
Journalists often live by the mantra, “content is king.” The idea is that the more information you can share with your audience, the more connections you make and trust you build. The same applies to lawyers.Read More »
Whether it is out of your first college apartment or into your first retirement complex, moving is a chore.Read More »
Are you struggling with procrastination? That elusive work-life balance? Want to reconnect with the community? Or make time to get away?Read More »
Knowing how to work with the media is essential for lawyers and law firms.Read More »
Judge Pamela Pepper had to bite her tongue when she read in the cover letter for a clerkship position that the applicant was excited about working in “Seattle, one of my favorite cities.”Read More »