Lawyers like protective language. Our contracts are full of legalese designed to protect us from disappointed clients or angry vendors. But what about online? Does your law blog need a disclaimer?
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Month: April 2018
Emotional conflict is a natural part of the law. Whether you are blogging about a controversial legal issue or responding to a pleading or email from an opposing counsel, you may find yourself wrapped up in an emotional response. But that emotion can get in the way of your writing, and in resolving your issues.
When it comes to fiction writing, the blank page has always been an invitation to me, rather than an obstacle. I have a unique ability to write linearly, flying by the seat of my pants and improvising as I go. Historically, I have never done must planning before pen hits page. But as I have […]
Guest posts can be a good way to fill a gap on a busy week, and increase your reach on search engines through meaningful external links. But if you are trying to grow your business you shouldn’t accept just any offer for guest posts. Find and when and how a guest post can help you […]