If you are a new lawyer, freshly hired into a small law firm, there may be a part of your work that doesn’t show up on a job description: unofficial IT support. While there is no reason your partners should assume you will be better at updating Windows or troubleshooting a printer, you may be able […]
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Month: July 2016
Are external links a good idea for your blog? Do they direct readers away from your website or do they tie your blog to other, more highly trafficked sites? There seems to be a growing divide among marketers, but as lawyers-writers the choice is clear: cite your sources.
Last week was rough. Two instances of white police shooting black men, both with videos led up to several gunmen shooting 11 police officers, killing 5, during a protest. I have a lot of thoughts about all of this. A lot. But here’s why I’m not blogging my thoughts.
The fireworks have flown, the burgers have been eaten, and the family has gone home. Now it’s time to get back to work. But just because you pick up on your blogging routine doesn’t mean you have to go back to old problems. Take this chance to declare your independence from these 5 bad blogging […]