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Crash Course for Your First Interview as a Lawyer

As a newly minted lawyer facing your first real interview for a job as a lawyer, being prepared is critical. Unfortunately for the uninitiated, getting prepared can be an anxiety inducing whirlwind of scouring the internet for information and talking… read more...

Essential Tech Accessories for Lawyering on the Beach

Now that spring is officially here, families are going away for spring break, and gearing up for summer vacations. And while you may only be fortunate enough to get a working vacation, if you have the right tech accessories, you won't have to stay behind… read more...

Lawyer Faces Meth Lab Charges

It's hard to witness a train wreck, but not too hard to see it coming. In a way, that's what happened to Portland attorney Erik John Graeff. He was moving down the track in his law practice, when the wheels started to come off. Maybe it started when… read more...

Can You Bill Clients in 15 Minute Increments? Wyoming Court Says Yes

A recent decision of the Wyoming Supreme Court upheld a law firm's billing practice of using 15 minute increments. The court held that barring evidence of abusive practices, so long as the billing increment is reasonable and not excessive, it's all good.… read more...

Conservative Videos Weren't Censored by YouTube, Judge Rules

There's a reason freedom of speech is in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution -- it's pretty central to the essence of being American. So, if that freedom starts to erode, you can bet we're going to hear about it. One group feels that their First… read more...
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