Attorney at Work Prepares Lawyers for a Law Practice They Want
by Amanda Griffin
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Summary: Running a successful law practice requires more than most lawyers realize. Attorney at Work tries to provide lawyers with the resources they need to keep their law practice going.
ABA Blog “Attorney at Work: One Really Good Idea Every Day for Enterprising Lawyers” works to provide lawyers with all they need to create a law practice and life they love. The site delivers daily law practice tips every morning to their subscribers. The tips cover everything from how to get clients to how to make more time. They strive to inform lawyers about the best legal apps, cloud computing, being searchable on the Internet, and creating strategies for burnout and workplace bullies.
Joan Feldman is an editor and writer that has been leading practice management publications for over 25 years. Her clients have included the American Bar Association, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, and more.
Mark Feldman is an art director and publisher. He is the president of Feldcomm, a Chicago design communications and custom publishing firm.
The blog has over 1000 articles in their archive so there is bound to be a topic relevant for anyone. They feature “experts” that are the best in the business as authors of their articles.
Joy M. White is the senior editor for the blog and a contributing author. She has been creating publications, features, and marketing materials as an editor and writer for over 20 years.
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