Right Brain Lawyering: Attorneys and the Importance of Art

By James Gray Robinson: Why lawyers should spend a short period every day or a least every week engaged in imagination and creativity pursuing their art.

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What Drives a Client’s Financial Attitudes and Goals?

By Karen D. Sparks: Ask most divorcing clients about their financial goals and the response can range from a blank stare to an angry diatribe. If you hope to get an informed answer, you need to identify their core beliefs and competencies about finances.

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5 Strategies to Increase Productivity

By Ozan Varol: Five key strategies that the most effective lawyers use to increase their productivity.  

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Email Hacking on the Rise

By Nicole Black: Can – and should – lawyers share confidential information via email?

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To Appeal or Not to Appeal

By Michele Jochner: You have fought the good fight – but despite your best efforts, the trial court did not award all that your client desired. After the dust settles, what, if any, next steps should be taken?  

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7 Strategies to Attract High-End Divorce Cases

By Dan Couvrette and Martha Chan: To attract more quality clients to your law firm, you must properly market yourself to them. Follow these seven tips and you will be on your way to working on more high-asset and complex cases.

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Best Practices for Using a Valuation Expert

By Arik Van Zandt: Involving the ideal valuation expert for your case early in the process will help to secure your client’s business assets and financial future.

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