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Email Management Tips for Lawyers

If your email inbox looks like a war zone, you may want to take a look at this post from the Legal Ease Blog. It provides tips and links on how to effectively manage your…




Nine ways to Improve your Outside Counsel Guidelines

Rees Morrison (the law department management guru) has some tips to help your law department work more effectively with outside counsel by developing effective outside counsel guidelines: No self-respecting law department lacks its statement of…


Why Are So Many Lawyers So Depressed?

Share your answers to this question over at the Wall Street Journal Law Blog.  The post links to Lawyerswithdepression.com, a site we’ve blogged about in the past.


LawyersWithDepression.com

Dan Lukasik has done the blawgosphere a service with his new site, LawyersWithDepression.com – if you suffer from depression or know a lawyer who does, you should check out Dan’s site. Dan speaks from personal…


“For the Avoidance of Doubt”

It’s a phrase used frequently in legal documents – but is it used correctly? “For the avoidance of doubt” gets scrutinized by the AdamsDrafting blog: “How’s this for a categorical statement: Never use for the…


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