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Preparing Clients for Court – Dos and Don’ts

Preparing Clients for Court – Dos and Don’ts

By Melissa Walker | Nov 24, 2020 | Tad's Trial Practice Tips

Join me as I talk tips for upping your trial performance game. Discussions are welcome in the comments section. — Tad Thomas It’s likely that the majority of your clients have never stepped into a courtroom. As their attorney, it’s your job to advise them of their duties and ensure they understand what everyone’s role is […]

Lawyers Speak Up: Interview Tips for New Lawyers

Lawyers Speak Up: Interview Tips for New Lawyers

By Melissa Walker | Nov 18, 2020 | Round Up

The legal industry is one of the strongest sectors for recruitment growth. Because of that, job interviews can be a daunting process at any point in an attorney’s career. Having strong interview skills is essential to making the right moves for your future. For new lawyers, they not only need to interview well but set […]

What’s Your Backup Technology Plan During Trial?

What’s Your Backup Technology Plan During Trial?

By Melissa Walker | Nov 17, 2020 | Tad's Tech Corner

Technology is an essential part of any modern practicing attorney’s toolkit. In Tad’s Tech Corner, join me as I discuss how to best utilize technology– both from a device and software standpoint– during your daily lawyering tasks and during trial. Discussions, as always, are welcome in the comments section below. — Tad Thomas If you’ve […]

How Lawyers Can Utilize Fear Setting

How Lawyers Can Utilize Fear Setting

By Melissa Walker | Nov 12, 2020 | Mike's Office Management Tips

To run a successful law firm– whether it’s a solo practice or a large firm– you’ll need to not only excel in the areas of law you’re practicing in, but also in all matters of running the practice itself. Running a legal practice comes with its own, unique set of challenges that even the most […]

Reinventing the Courtroom in a Post-Pandemic Era

Reinventing the Courtroom in a Post-Pandemic Era

By Melissa Walker | Nov 10, 2020 | Tad's Trial Practice Tips

Join me as I talk tips for upping your trial performance game. Discussions are welcome in the comments section. — Tad Thomas The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges in the courtroom. Judges across the country have dedicated time and energy to protecting public health from infection while also doing their best to ensure Constitutional […]

Law Firm Communication Essentials During COVID-19

Law Firm Communication Essentials During COVID-19

By Melissa Walker | Nov 5, 2020 | Mike's Office Management Tips

To run a successful law firm– whether it’s a solo practice or a large firm– you’ll need to not only excel in the areas of law you’re practicing in, but also in all matters of running the practice itself. Running a legal practice comes with its own, unique set of challenges that even the most […]

The Benefits of Staying Virtual Post-Pandemic

The Benefits of Staying Virtual Post-Pandemic

By Melissa Walker | Nov 3, 2020 | Tad's Tech Corner

Technology is an essential part of any modern practicing attorney’s toolkit. In Tad’s Tech Corner, join me as I discuss how to best utilize technology– both from a device and software standpoint– during your daily lawyering tasks and during trial. Discussions, as always, are welcome in the comments section below. — Tad Thomas The blurring […]

The Best Legal Software Tools During COVID-19

The Best Legal Software Tools During COVID-19

By Melissa Walker | Oct 29, 2020 | Tad's Tech Corner

Technology is an essential part of any modern practicing attorney’s toolkit. In Tad’s Tech Corner, join me as I discuss how to best utilize technology– both from a device and software standpoint– during your daily lawyering tasks and during trial. Discussions, as always, are welcome in the comments section below. Like most lawyers, you’ve probably […]

Prove Notice Without Knowledge – Show Facts That Required Inquiry

Prove Notice Without Knowledge – Show Facts That Required Inquiry

By Melissa Walker | Oct 28, 2020 | Trial Tips

Article written by Justin Kahn. Whether you’re impeaching a President or filing suit for a shopper who slipped on a grape, there’s one important fact you must establish: What did the Defendant know, and when did he know it? When you can’t show “actual” knowledge, you may be able to establish the facts sufficient to […]

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