“He that’s not busy being born is busy dying.”
It’s build on a simple idea: A deck of cards
Lots of people all too willing to pronounce Covid-inspired increase in remote work means offices are dead. We’re all going to be working remotely now nearly all the time now, or at least have the option to do so, right?
Many, maybe most lawyers are reluctant to give presentations, some because they lack confidence in their ability to handle questions. My article with tips on handling Q & A is is now available at LLRX.com.
Lawyers sometimes are so busy practicing law and mastering technology that they make the mistake of considering workouts a luxury, something fun. Workouts can and should be that, but they are so much more: A key to productivity.
What’s the most important thing a lawyer should know when starting a new job?
My tip? Don’t spend all your time sucking up to supervisors & the highest people on your entity’s organization charts. Many times the most valuable people to…
Ann Walsh Long has a message for lawyers:
Over the last five years, legal artificial intelligence tools such…
This morning’s edition of Attorney at Work features my review of Ann Long’s new book “A Short & Happy Guide to Advanced Legal Research.” It’s a pleasure to draw attention to such a fine book. I’ll be discussing some of Professor Long’s ideas here in future posts.
Matt Timko, our newest NewIdeasLegalTech.com contributor has lots of good ideas on time management. There is another way lawyers can improve their effectiveness:
Take care of their own fitness needs first. The book The Best Lawyer You Can Be: A Guide to Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellness, edited by Stewart Levine, addresses…
When I first began working primarily from home in March of 2020 due to COVID 19, I felt confident that this would be the start of the most efficient year of my life. I would have no commute, I would be able to schedule meetings (rather than have “drop-ins”), and I would have more comfort working from home and my personal workspace. Soon I realized, much to my chagrin, that my focus on a “lighter commute” missed the forest for the rees: working from home is working in a den of time thieves! …
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