The Real Truth About Law School

I just read an article posted on the ABA Journal website titled, The Truth About Law School with good advice but like many posts I see regarding the decision to attend law school, I feel they could do a better job of addressing the realities of practice and miss some critical considerations.   First, in […]

The Gold Standard when Selling Your Practice

If you believe that your solo law practice has value after you have left the scene, think again. Most of the physical assets will only have a nominal value. Most solo practitioners do not have a backup plan for their departure. As long as income is steady or increasing, that the future will take care […]

Save 95% of Your Computer Capacity

The ABA TechShow is not to be missed if you wish to stay abreast of trends and opportunities in technology. At the last session of the TechShow, “60 in 60” tips in one hour, the presenters offer some great tech tips. One that I found very useful is OneTab. OneTab is a Google Chrome extension […]

School Violence and Pavlov’s Dog

If there is anything we wish to change in the child, we should first examine it and see whether it is not something that could better be changed in ourselves.  Carl Jung Anyone who has been a student in a psychology class will probably recall the story of Pavlov’s dog. Ivan Pavlov realized that, because […]