As teams disperse to remote work environments, the lawyer’s duty to supervise takes on new wrinkles. Pennsylvania issued an ethics
We typically think of team-building as bringing on full-time or infinite-duration members, but this mindset overlooks a great source of
Even the United States Supreme Court has had to adapt to working remotely during COVID-19. Still, long-term lockdown (plus further
The king of subscription legal service, Jon Tobin, sat down with Megan in the midst of COVID-19 to talk about
California attorney discipline is a serious matter. Here is a summary of the State Bar of California’s 2019 California attorney discipline report.
Stemming from her popular post on Attorney at Work, Megan tackles the ethical considerations for attorneys handling consultations, particularly initial
Megan is joined by John Grant, who lends his systems background to lawyers looking to streamline their law practices with
The California moral character application process isn’t easy when you have a past. Here are 4 tips to help you get through it.
Let’s talk marketing — the usual and the highly unusual in a time of worldwide crisis. Ollie Lash-Williams has a
Building a rural law practice in 2020 is much different than it would have been 20 years ago. Chris White,