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What the Campaign Can Tell You About Marketing Your Practice

by Ary Rosenbaum on

Before we start this out of the gate: this isn’t about the actual positions of the candidates or what the candidates did or not do, this is about what the election campaign can tell us that actually help with our retirement...more

Why Does BigLaw Have So Few Black Partners?  [Video]

by Mimesis Law on

June 3, 2014 (Mimesis Law) -- Aric Press, editor-in-chief at ALM, talks with Lee Pacchia about a recent survey released by The American Lawyer that shows large law firms struggling to recruit black lawyers and promote them to...more

How Graphics Help the President Persuade and Can Help Attorneys Too

by Cogent Legal on

In this post, I show some examples from the State of the Union Address that might help attorneys improve their own use of charts and graphs in litigation. Visualizing and presenting data in an engaging, persuasive way is...more

Is it really a budget to fuel growth? Comments on the UK Budget

by PHILIP HENSON on

The House of Commons had more than the usual level of heckling, shouting and pointing last week as the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, presented his budget to the House – to a growing bombast of “hear hear” from...more

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