10 Tips to Balance Your Life & the LawIf you are unhappy in your law practice, every molehill becomes a mountain that you dread climbing. The fact is, you will not create a successful law practice if you’re just in it for the financial rewards. What happy attorneys have in common is, first and foremost, a heartfelt dedication to serving their clients that

How to Rev Up Your Law Firm’s Revenues in 2 DaysIs your law firm’s bottom line exceedingly slow to grow? Are you having problems getting new clients? Are your profits shrinking? Are you spending too much time on administration rather than on building your business?

Then consider this:

If you want something you’ve never had, you’ve got to do something you’ve never done.

The problems

“The competition that kills you doesn’t always look like you.”

Those are the words of Richard Susskind OBE — British author, speaker and independent adviser to professional firms and governments around the world — who has long been focused on the future of professional service and, in particular, the way that technology and the Internet

How to Rediscover Your Love for the LawHere’s what I’ve found to be true: To love what you do, you need to derive your satisfaction from the satisfaction your clients get from your work. I don’t think I’ve ever met a lawyer that loves the mechanics of the law; most of the successful attorneys I know love what they are able to

Law Degree No Longer a Prerequisite for Practicing Some Kinds of Law in Washington StateWashington state’s new “limited license legal technician” program was profiled last Friday in a Washington Post piece that posed the question, “Who says you need a law degree to practice law?”

The article called the program an “ambitious experiment to revolutionize access to legal services, particularly among the poor.” Participants in the program take