Social media is part of daily life for most Americans, including jurors. Where do lawyers draw the line for ethical research of jurors using social media?
While ADD and ADHD affect 4% of the general population, they impact 12% (or more) of lawyers. Marshall Lichty recently
An explanation and examples from both California and Montana highlighting why judges don’t get a do over when it comes to their rulings.
Lawyers travel frequently for business, be it conferences or client work or other professional development. As Megan gets ready to
It may not seem like it, but common sense lives within the law…even when it comes to legal ethics.
Lawyers are given a script in law school for how their career is supposed to go. But what can be
Since the announcement a few years back that the federal government had collected both phone call data and internet usage data, what can lawyers do to protect privileged communications?
Not all states provide statistics on ethics violations. However, from the experience of Zavieh Law as an ethics defense lawyer, these three Model Rules are the ones most often violated.
Wisely chosen, legal conferences can be great opportunities for solo and small firm lawyers. Megan’s top tips for making the
Lawyer for lawyers and their firms, Jonathan Hawkins, joins Megan in this episode to talk about the business side of