Section Newsletter Articles on Career Advice

“Legalese” rhymes with “fees” By Paulette Gray Family Law, October 2006 The parties to a divorce reserved the issue of the division of personal property and a judgment of dissolution of marriage was entered.
My first year as the first associate By Peter R. Olson Young Lawyers Division, April 2004 As a 2002 law school graduate, I recently faced the dilemma presented to many young attorneys before me: where should I enter this diverse career spectrum otherwise known as the legal profession?
Marshall, Greaney, Ireland, Spina, Cowin, Sosman & Cordy By Matt Maloney General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, February 2004 What do these names mean? Is this the name of a boutique firm in Chicago or a large firm downstate? These names meant nothing to me until I read the opinion of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts filed on November 18, 2003 in Goodridge, v Department of Public Health,
Keeping things simple By Michael H. Erde Business Advice and Financial Planning, February 2001 I just read an article in a business publication quoting a person who thought that Fannie Mae was a funny name for a mortgage company.
Top 10 tips for the new general practitioner By Michael A. Hall General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, March 1999 Those of us from general practice firms have a distinct advantage over our colleagues who concentrate in one or two areas of the law; namely, they need us more often than we need them