In the areas of law I practice in (mostly foreclosure defense and credit card collection defense), the bulk of the cases are prosecuted by only a few law firms. The majority of cases
I had a professor in law school who proclaimed loud and clear at least once a week that ‘your goal as lawyers should be to never be in a casebook,’
I know someone who zipped through law school finals (usually the one and only grade for a class, so, hey, no pressure) by creating flow charts. Elaborate charts that, if
I continue to get foreclosure clients at various stages of the ‘process’. Very rarely, these days, do I start with someone who just got served or, best case scenario, someone
In a blog post a week or so ago I wrote about the importance of showing up – a theme I’ll be writing more about in the next few days.
Snow, and more snow, but a pretty good day in court:
… is just showing up. I think someone in Annie Hall said that and I, certainly, don’t dispute it, it makes sense in a number of ways. Funny thing about