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Innitiative, Change, Time and Self-Management for a New Lawyer

I wanted to highlight a bit about developing the initiative necessary to make changes in our environment and personal habits. Often times people mis-manage their time in all areas of their life - personal, work, housework, emotionality, physically, etc. Or worse, they are not even aware that they need...

Juggling a Family and a Legal Career

I was recently asked this question by a reader: I see that you had a baby during law school. Other than the tips from the post about outside time commitments, any advice for an upcoming 1L with two tots and a wife? I was going to reply privately, but decided to post my response so others...

Make Your Calendar Your Friend

Every firm, large and small, presumably has a software program that keeps a calendar. Some of the more popular ones are Microsoft Outlook and Time Matters. Everyone has these things but not everyone knows how to use them. Here are a few tips: 1) Never look at the "daily" calendar! These...

Where Does Your Day Go? Time Management Tips for Reclaiming Your Work Day

Ever feel like you spend all your time in the conference room? A new study of CEOs shows that 18 of their average 55-hour work weeks are spent at roundtables-and a mere 6 spent at their actual desks, working alone. The rest of the work week breakdown is as follows: 2 hours on phone calls, 2 on conference...

Time Management Tips for New Attorneys and Associates. You CAN Do it All!

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Don't Underestimate the Value of a Vacation

We spend entirely too much time at work. I don't mean that we spend too much time working. I mean that often times, because of inefficiency, lack of focus, and distractions, we find ourselves at the office until later than is actually necessary. This can cause stress and strain, both on us and on...