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Sticking Around

By Karen Erger
February
2024
Column
, Page 48
In which the amble-aided author makes an appeal for thoughtful support.

Safety in Numbers

By Karen Erger
December
2023
Column
, Page 50
Staying alive in mass gatherings.

Surprise, You’re Presenting at a Hybrid Meeting!

By Karen Erger
October
2023
Column
, Page 44
Preparing to speak to an in-person and remote audience at the same time.

When You’re a Lonely Only

By Karen Erger
August
2023
Column
, Page 48
Being the only one doesn’t have to mean being a lonely one.
1 comment (Most recent August 14, 2023)

Air Travel, Revisited

By Karen Erger
June
2023
Column
, Page 52
Reaching your destination with your bags and your sanity in a postpandemic world.

Ethics in Action

By Karen Erger
April
2023
Column
, Page 46
Remembering the unsung heroes of the 1986 Challenger space shuttle disaster.

A Spring Cleaning for Your Vocabulary

By Karen Erger
February
2023
Column
, Page 50
Is it time to put some of your overly used words and phrases out to pasture?

Curing the Post-Road Downs

By Karen Erger
December
2022
Column
, Page 44
After finishing a Big Project, find time to celebrate, and then move ahead with lessons learned. 

Your Political Party Is Not Your Sports Team

By Karen Erger
October
2022
Column
, Page 48
Fanaticism may have its place in sports, but not in politics.

It Takes All Types

By Karen Erger
August
2022
Column
, Page 44
In which the author proposes a videoconferencing version of the Meyers-Briggs personality test.

The Seven Team Members From Hell

By Karen Erger
June
2022
Column
, Page 48
What to expect when encountering seven kinds of dysfunctional teammates.

Bungle in the Facebook Jungle

By Karen Erger
April
2022
Column
, Page 46
When Facebook scams come disguised as friends and friendly quizzes.

To Esq. or Not to Esq.?

By Karen Erger
February
2022
Column
, Page 42
The origins of the word “esquire” and whether and how attorneys should use the title today.
1 comment (Most recent February 1, 2022)

Never Mind New Year’s Resolutions, It’s Time for Major Awards

By Karen Erger
December
2021
Column
, Page 44
Looking for inspiration from within? Give yourself one of these unconventional awards.

We Need to Talk About Karen *

By Karen Erger
October
2021
Column
, Page 52
In which Karen Erger finally talks about life as a “Karen.”

Some Mistakes Aren’t Set in Stone

By Karen Erger
August
2021
Column
, Page 44
Wiping the slate clean and making things right with those to whom we’ve done wrong.

Just Like Starting Over *

By Karen Erger
June
2021
Column
, Page 44
The pandemic gives us an opportunity to leave behind tired customs and habits.

Reading Redux

By Karen Erger
April
2021
Column
, Page 52
The rewards of rereading your favorite books.

About Grit and Glue

By Karen Erger
February
2021
Column
, Page 48
Observations from the pandemic.

Home Schooling

By Karen Erger
December
2020
Column
, Page 44
Little lessons learned while working at home.

Ruh-Roh! Video Conferencing Is Here to Stay

By Karen Erger
October
2020
Column
, Page 48
Videoconferencing and the new rules of virtual etiquette.

Postpandemic Plans

By Karen Erger
August
2020
Column
, Page 46
The joys of looking forward to postpandemic life.

How Little We Know

By Karen Erger
June
2020
Column
, Page 44
COVID-19 related reflections on what we’ve come to know.

Coping With Quotidian Crud

By Karen Erger
April
2020
Column
, Page 46
Turning your own cheek when dealing with all the inconsiderate people out there.

Remote Workers of the World, Unite

By Karen Erger
February
2020
Column
, Page 46
Lessons learned after nine years of working remotely.

Taking the “Yuck” Out of Webinars

By Karen Erger
December
2019
Column
, Page 44
Above all, remember the five Ps: Proper planning prevents poor performance.

You Dress You

By Karen Erger
October
2019
Column
, Page 52
Surviving the casual dress era.

There’s a Place for Us

By Karen Erger
August
2019
Column
, Page 50
Making peace with your introverted personality.

Breaking the Law

By Karen Erger
June
2019
Column
, Page 46
Taking breaks during the workday can make you a better lawyer.

This Little Life of Mine

By Karen Erger
April
2019
Column
, Page 48
A humbling and inspirational remembrance of the late attorney John Doar.
1 comment (Most recent May 5, 2020)

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