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10 Elements of a Highly Effective Law Firm Training Program

Checklist | Here's a breakdown of the key points to consider when evaluating a law firm training program for your firm.

Affinity Consulting - July 25, 2020
growth mindset

This Mindset Is a Must for New Partners

While various entrepreneurial leadership traits are important for new partners, Yuliya LaRoe says this one key quality can make all the difference in your career.

Yuliya LaRoe - June 2, 2020
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Strategic Trial Court Research for the Modern Litigator

Free Webinar May 13 | Join Attorney at Work and Trellis Law for a free webinar packed with research essentials. Plus, a Q&A and demo of Trellis' AI-powered research software.

Jared Correia - May 4, 2020
The Purge- Dealing With Data Migration When Changing Software

The Purge! Dealing With Data Migration When Changing Software

Data migration (AKA "moving your stuff"): It’s the biggest fear of every single law firm, ever. Josh Taylor has a plan to help you get over it.

Josh Taylor - September 25, 2019

No Goals, No Objectives, No Clue: Biggest Hurdles in Planning New Software for Your Law Firm

Buying software for a law firm without a plan to properly implement with your whole team on board is like buying a plane without a pilot’s license — you have the means to soar, but you have no idea what it takes to get off the ground.

Josh Taylor - July 18, 2019
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New Software? Facing Up to Training Hurdles

Change is so damn hard. We begin with some hurdles that can appear during the software shopping process.

Josh Taylor - June 7, 2019
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Hey, You! Stop Sitting in the Back at Presentations

The next time you walk into a seminar and decide where to sit, consider sending the message that you’re attentive, respectful and came to learn a thing or two.

Stephanie R. Hanna - September 13, 2018
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Once More Unto the Breach: Taking a Second Bar Exam

Last month I signed up to take the California bar exam in July. (I'm fully aware I might be insane.) Taking the Arizona bar exam right after law school, when I had no obligations outside of studying, was challenging enough. This time, I reached ...

Ruth Carter - April 11, 2017
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Eight Ways Shy Lawyers Can Find Mentors

I have always considered myself an introvert. I always admire those individuals who show no restraint as their laughter booms across the room, or who talk excitedly to someone they have just met. But, alas, that has never been me. As such, I ...

Suzanne Deliscar - February 22, 2017
On Balance Legal Ethics

Crushing the Intimidation Factor in Your To-Do Items

If you find yourself intimidated by something you want to do in your practice, I suggest tackling something that intimidates you that isn't work related. Prove to yourself that thing isn't nearly as scary as it seems, and take that lesson back ...

Megan Zavieh - February 7, 2017