According to recent studies, practicing law is the most stressful profession in existence, leading legal pros to consider other paths, but which is right for you?
CCPA allows consumers in California to determine information a business has about them and to opt out of uses of their personal information. For legal professionals, navigating CCPA is crucial.
A Chief Legal Officer serves as the pinnacle of legal authority within a corporation; understand their role in your firm and what to know about this crucial position.
Deposition objections serve to protect attorneys and their clients from improper questions and preserve the integrity of the testimony.
Effective time management for attorneys is the cornerstone of productive and efficient work, which means more time to focus on what matters.
Learn about how discovery referees are used in California and why they are pivotal for ensuring impartial oversight.
In this article, we explore some of the major considerations for becoming a freelance legal worker that you should bear in mind.
Communicating with opposing attorneys can be tricky for paralegals and attorneys. Add these tips to your toolbox to help you avoid common pitfalls that could create delays or issues for your firm.
What is unjust enrichment in California, how does it affect organizations, and how should its principles be navigated by attorneys?
For attorneys new to AI, the journey into legal PA promises not just enhanced efficiency and precision but also a renewed perspective on the art of practicing law.
Paralegals, the attorney-client privilege applies to your work, too. Here’s what you should know about the crime-fraud exception.
An invalid subpoena in California can occur unless you adhere to procedural guidelines outlined in the California Code of Civil Procedure. Read on and get to know how to avoid them.
Risks are present in many facets of the legal industry, and ensuring they are managed is crucial to keeping you and your clients safe. Are you missing anything?
Aligning the core values of a lawyer with our day-to-day lives is one way to pursue a career in the legal profession with a sense of honesty, integrity, and pride.
According to recent survey responses, both legal professionals and litigants in California really like remote courtrooms. Here’s why these programs should be expanded, even without pandemic pressures.
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is a pivotal step toward your license and sets a foundation for a career. Find out what you need to know to prepare and succeed.