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Kendra Brodin, MSW, JD is author of the Happy in Law blog found at http://www.KendraBrodin.com and founder of http://www.WomenLawyersOnline.com. With a powerful background as an attorney and social worker, Kendra helps lawyers experience the best of life and legal practice, while helping law firms attract, retain, and advance their best and brightest women attorneys. For more information, please visit her site as mentioned above.

The IMPORTANCE of CASE STATUS MEETINGS

The IMPORTANCE of CASE STATUS MEETINGS

Many attorneys don’t believe there is any value in case status meetings. Some believe that their work is their business and they don’t need to share what is going on with anyone else. Others don’t want to hear about the other attorneys’ cases. And still others think it’s a waste of their billable time. However, there is a good […]

Law Firm Culture and You

Law Firm Culture and You

Think about your law firm and its environment. It doesn’t matter if the firm is large, medium or small; the culture around you is what is important. Your law firm probably has some written policies and procedures, maybe a mission statement and strategic goals it would like to reach. But what about the unwritten rules […]

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