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 […]

The Efficiency Equation: Techno Tools or the “bleeding edge”?

The reverse side also has a reverse side. – Japanese Proverb As an attorney, when do you take the plunge and bite off the next great techno tool?  Recently, I had occasion to replace our washer and dryer which we have had in operation for about 14 years. We had to make a decision whether […]

Solo Lawyer – Planning To Retire? Of Course You Aren’t!

The State Bar of Michigan, in the last survey that was completed and published for 2014 with 2013 economic and demographic data should be revealing and shocking for many practitioners. Although this was limited to Michigan members of the Bar Association, it is a harbinger of possible changes in the legal profession for years to […]

“First, let’s kill all the ‘bean counters'”. Is this what Shakespeare would say today?