We previously offered a post by Arizona employment lawyer, Denise Blommel. Since that post (which you'll note has now been deleted), there have been changes in the law. Here is Denise's updated version, for which we, at Practice 2.0, are grateful. My last blogpost was written in March, 2020, before the March 30 Stay Home,... Continue Reading →
Maybe you are waiting for Bar results, maybe you've just been practicing for a short while. Either way, here are some tips you may want to consider.
Has the pandemic made you even more wary of going to the bank? Has that impacted your clients? Here is the newest guidance on using electronic banking services to manage your trust account.
If you are a solo practitioner, here are some tips to help you succeed.
Do you set goals for yourself and for your practice? We know it's easy not to do it. The days go by, you are busy working, managing the day-to-day activities needed for your practice, and setting goals (particularly if it's just you in your practice) can seem like a waste of time. You know what... Continue Reading →
Does the thought of walking into a room of colleagues, or prospective clients, or other strangers with networking on the agenda make you anxious? You are not alone. Even the most extroverted people may have a "moment" when doing so. If you are an introvert, it may seem excruciating. For some great suggestions there is... Continue Reading →
Is technology the enemy of lawyer well-being or is it an invaluable partner? Check out my newest article in Law Practice Magazine. While you are at it, take the opportunity to register for the ABA TECHSHOW 2020, February 26 - 29, 2020, at techshow.com. If you use code EP2002 at checkout you'll get discounted registration.
As the year comes to an end, let's take a moment to reflect. What went well? What could have gone better? What will we (hopefully) never do again? This is a great time to take a pause and, even if you are loathe to make actual resolutions, decide where you would like to be or... Continue Reading →