Some advice for new lawyers about how to prioritize their mornings.
If we were honest with ourselves, we would admit that New Year’s Resolutions are rarely successful
Ari Kaplan speaks with Gabe Teninbaum, a professor at Suffolk University Law School and the director of the Institute on Legal Innovation and Technology.
It is coming to the end of another calendar year. Here are some predictions for the future of law and society.
Lawyers have never had such a large and public role in how our society functions.
Unfortunately, negative reviews sometimes come as a surprise.
Being a lawyer is a double-edged sword. All we can do is the best we can.
Whether you’re a newly minted associate or a seasoned partner, the message that you need to be ‘networking’ never goes away.
Carrying a lot of beliefs is like carrying a load of bricks in a sack over your shoulder. The more beliefs you set down, the lighter you feel.
Set modest goals and aim for consistency.