Immigration lawyer innovator/disruptor Roman Zelichenko shared an instructive story via LinkedIn about a real estate lawyer who failed to meet his expectations.

When Zelichenko complained about the low quality of service the lawyer replied:

I don’t know what you mean by “service provider.” I’m a lawyer. I do my job, you get your house, you

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Everybody’s got heroes, somebody who taught him things and helped them develop as a person. One of my biggest heroes was Gene Siler, a Navy veteran and conservative Republican. Richard Nixon appointed him as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky. Gerald Ford made him a

Advocating for change can be difficult. My 1995 experience at the National Archives and Records Administration illustrates a few lessons:

Innovation In A Change-Resistant Organization: A Story

In 1995 few federal agencies had robust Internet presences. Most had none at all.

As a lawyer with the National Archives and Records Administration my duties did not

“A Short & Happy Guide to Advanced Legal Research” (West Academic Publishing, 2020) by Ann Walsh Long

Available from Amazon in paperback or Kindle versions, as well as directly from the publisher (paperback and ebook).

Ann Walsh Long has a message for lawyers:

Over the last five years, legal artificial intelligence tools such