No matter what your industry, there are likely thousands of people who do what you do. So how do you stand out? How can you make referral partners remember you and potential clients find you among a sea of competition?
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Month: October 2016
We’ve all seen it: a social media argument devolve into a competition over grammar. There’s no doubt grammar is important. But whether on Facebook or your next legal brief, good grammar won’t be enough to save your bad argument.
The practice of an appellate lawyer rises and falls with brief writing. Thorough brief writing is the key to winning cases and getting bad law overturned. But will the federal courts’ new lower word count limits weaken your brief or make you a sharper writer?
Michigan has passed a law creating a statewide e-filing system designed to make life easier for lawyers and litigants across the state. But will the voluntary system actually make practicing law more convenient?