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Ten Coaching Questions on the Path from Languishing to Flourishing

By Allison Wolf Languishing. Thanks to Adam Grant’s May 2020 article in the New York Times, we now have a word to describe this malaise many of us are experiencing:…

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Walden Pond Sabbatical

By Bruce L. Kaplan  Dreams are the touchstones of our character  Simplify simplify simplify  Live deliberately,  —Henry David Thoreau  WHY I have used secured leave and good timing to take…

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Are You Getting Paid Fairly? A Primer

by Ian Hu for Slaw.ca and reproduced with permission One way to look at whether your salary is fair is to understand how a law firm calculates your value. We’re…

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Are Your Financially Prepared for Retirement?

By Camille Stell Are you financially ready for a long Life After Law? You may live a lot longer than you think and you need to be planning now for…

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What Law Firms Should Focus on Next

By Heather Gray-Grant Despite hiccups on vaccine receipt and distribution, we now know that by the end of the year, there’s a very good chance we’ll all be back to…

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Is the Pandemic Shifting Retirement Patterns?

When you reach a certain age, retirement is on everyone’s mind. And the age varies. Several of my schoolteacher friends reached retirement age a couple of years ago. Retirement was…

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Stuck In a Canal

By Lisa Rosen March 26, 2021 Welcome to my random musings about the world, on a weekly-to-occasional basis. Where we are: Still hobbling around Hua Hin in my boot. Lee has…

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6 Considerations in Buying a Law Firm

By Camille Stell With an ever-growing number of Baby Boomers considering retirement, have you ever considered buying a law firm? Maybe you should. Why Should You Buy a Firm? You’re…

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From Bland Platform to Business Development Tool: Leveraging LinkedIn to Grow Your Network and Your Practice

By Alexandra Davis, Esq. Once dismissed as the boring Great Uncle of the social media world, LinkedIn has exploded in popularity of late. Perhaps it is because of the entry…

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Accounting Made Simple

Tom Boyle, the Co-Founder of TrustBooks, has good news to share. Trustbooks, the cloud-based program designed to make trust accounting simple for solo, small, and mid-sized law firms, has expanded its…

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