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Disruption in Law Isn’t an Act – It’s a Culture

For many law firms, attempting disruption is like trying to find the "secret ingredient" without knowing the rest of the recipe. I'm seeing a lot...

“We’ve Always Done it That Way”

Lawyers are trained to look to the past. We consider precedents as the fundamental basis for our legal decisions - facts, matters and circumstances on...

Are you a Disposable Lawyer?

It's a regrettable reality for many young lawyers - you can be replaced quite easily.  If you're a graduate lawyer in particular, the chances...

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Should you Just Phone Your Opponent?

Ah yes, the great joy of the litigator: writing unbelievably long-winded letters back and forth for months to set out why your client is...

Or… We Could Just Fire You Instead

Recently I took a bit of a shot at law firms trying to pretend that their COVID-related pay cuts came with associated reduced working...

40% Pay Cut, 140% Full Time Load

It's been fascinating watching law firms react (in advance) to what they believed was going to be the horror story of COVID-19.

How to Make the Most of Your CLE

Attending any kind of continuing legal education can feel like it was largely a waste of time - even if it came with a...

Legal Careers Are Awesome

Recently I mentioned what I thought was a fairly self-evident concept: being a lawyer is actually pretty challenging. If...
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