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Tips From An eDiscovery Road Warrior

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I’m writing this on the last day in October when I’ve successfully wrapped a month-long, five-city marathon of eDiscovery speaking, judging, interviewing and yes, even some dancing. It’s been a long month, and I’ll be happy to trick-or-treat with my kids tonight and know I don’t have to get back on a plane for a … Continue reading “Tips From An eDiscovery Road Warrior”

Why Do Lawyers Have Such A Dysfunctional Relationship With Money?

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Ed. note: This post is by Jeena Cho, a Legal Mindfulness Strategist. She is the co-author of The Anxious Lawyer (affiliate link), a book written by lawyers for lawyers that makes mindfulness and meditation accessible and approachable. She is the creator of Mindful Pause, a self-paced online program for creating a more sustainable, peaceful, and productive law practice in just … Continue reading “Why Do Lawyers Have Such A Dysfunctional Relationship With Money?”

The Perfect Pencil, the Perfect Pen

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Like you, I take a lot of notes in my professional life. Over the years I’ve developed silly obsessions with the quality of Ampad legal pads and National Brand 33-004 notebooks. But I never thought much about pens. I tended to use whatever cheap rollerballs or No. 2 pencils I stole from the office. Until … Continue reading “The Perfect Pencil, the Perfect Pen”

HLS Alumnus And Former Detroit Lions Football Coach Daron Roberts On Pivoting, Coaching, And Advice For 3Ls

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Daron K. Roberts “When they died they left no instructions / Just a legacy to protect.” — Lin-Manuel Miranda This month, I had the opportunity to review a book titled, “Call an Audible: Let my Pivot from Harvard Law to the NFL Inspire Your Transition” (affiliate link) written by Daron K. Roberts. This is an excellent … Continue reading “HLS Alumnus And Former Detroit Lions Football Coach Daron Roberts On Pivoting, Coaching, And Advice For 3Ls”

DC Circuit reinstates order requiring government to allow teen immigrant to get an abortion

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Home Daily News Full DC Circuit reinstates order requiring… Constitutional Law By Debra Cassens Weiss Posted October 24, 2017, 2:47 pm CDT E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., home of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Photo by AgnosticPreachersKid, via Wikimedia Commons. An en banc federal appeals court … Continue reading “DC Circuit reinstates order requiring government to allow teen immigrant to get an abortion”

‘Reinhold Niebuhr’ Twitter account is actually written by James Comey, friend confirms

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Home Daily News ‘Reinhold Niebuhr’ Twitter account is actually… By Debra Cassens Weiss Posted October 23, 2017, 3:33 pm CDT James Comey has been tweeting under the name “Reinhold Niebuhr,” a theologian the fired FBI director wrote about in his college thesis. Gizmodo wrote a story in March asserting that “Reinhold Niebuhr” was “almost certainly” … Continue reading “‘Reinhold Niebuhr’ Twitter account is actually written by James Comey, friend confirms”

It’s Good To Remember That There Are Fates Worse Than Death

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HERE ARE THE RUTH BADER GINSBURG BABY BIBS YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED: I want to have another kid so I can buy these things. Just kidding. That first sentence was a total lie. I don’t want any additional children. I’d rather jump into the Lake of Fire than have more children. Everybody is reading about the … Continue reading “It’s Good To Remember That There Are Fates Worse Than Death”

American Airlines Messes With The Wrong Black Person

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(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) Whenever I get on a plane now, I size up my surroundings and the flight crew like I’m Jason Bourne walking into an embassy. “That guy looks like he’s got back problems. I can probably vault her. Yes, I’ll take a pillow, I can use that to trip up Nurse … Continue reading “American Airlines Messes With The Wrong Black Person”

The Future Of The Legal Profession

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The Future Of The Legal Profession | Above the Law Menu X Close Signup Modal In-House Counsel Notes to my (legal) self. By Olga V. Mack —ADVERTISEMENT— Love ATL? Let’s make it official.Sign up for our newsletter. Popular Articles From the Above the Law Network × Love ATL? Let’s make it official.Sign up for our … Continue reading “The Future Of The Legal Profession”

Right-Sizing Your Legal Operations For Scale

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Many general counsel (GC) are acutely aware of a disturbing trend: the resources available to their legal departments are not increasing at the same rate as the demand for legal services from their businesses.[1] As a result, GCs are looking for strategies to scale their legal team so they can manage the exponentially growing need … Continue reading “Right-Sizing Your Legal Operations For Scale”

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