What can you learn from how opposing counsel handles various challenges and opportunities throughout the life of a case? From a former attorney with experiences to share.
Are you effecting electronic service correctly along with your electronic court filing? Check in on eService best practices and learn how to eServe and eFile at the same time.
Who knew there were so many haunted court cases. Catch up on all the paranormal pleadings and creepy complaints that have come up over the years.
How do you access your favorite sites, top resources, and go-to information? Check out this list of 10 links to bookmark and how to do so.
Whether you’re job hunting or not, you should regularly take the time to update your resume to reflect professional accomplishments. Take stock of achievements and skills to add and don’t be afraid to shave off excess info.
How do you spend your time? Discover some surprising ways that you might be losing time over the course of the day, even as you intend to save it.
Discover how supervising attorneys can improve on how they support non-lawyer employees around the firm, and improve the working environment for all.
An illustrative guide to how electronic court filing works, complete with tips for filers to avoid rejection and optimize their process.
Has your office heard these top complaints about law firms? Learn more about what clients are saying and how you might address the issues.
Should your firm rely on a different vendor for every service? Or are there benefits to using fewer vendors? Learn more about why less is more.
Why sit back when you can stand out? Check out these ways to prove your value to the firm and develop your career.
Have you ever wanted to make a difference in your profession? Here are some examples of ways that paralegals are changing the world, one step at a time.
Editing and writing are two critical abilities for any legal professional. Have you honed these top legal writing skills in your law office?
Sending a note to the court is a great way to give your filing a boost. Here are some possible messages to the court clerk and why it could help your case.