Looking to buy a great gift for that special lawyer in your life? You’ve come to the right place. This lawyer gift guide has 40+ gifts for lawyers. The gifts are categorized and are listed roughly from least expensive to most expensive. The links in this article are affiliate links. Keep reading to discover 2016’s best gifts for lawyers. Continue reading
Looking for a best torts supplements for Fall 2017? Then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to find out which law school supplements are best for torts law.
Need a little extra help from a criminal law supplement? Well, look no further. I’ve compiled the 5 best criminal law supplements on the market. Keep reading this guide to find out which criminal law supplement or criminal law hornbook is the best for you. I hope you find this review helpful! Continue reading
A recent article by Bruce Stachenfeld over at Above the Law reminded me of my biggest pet peeve regarding law firm financial performance: misleading law firm profit margin figures. Bruce correctly points out that “profit margin is a dangerous statistic to use in comparing law firm profitability” because it “can be completely manipulated by two factors: [t]he titles that a firm gives to its lawyers; and [t]he leverage in the system.” Essentially, for a given number of associates, the more partners a firm has, the higher its profit margin (%) will be. The reason for this is that typically all partner compensation is included as profit. This is a mistake. Keep reading to learn why this is a problem and to learn how to calculate law firm profitability the right way.
I participated in a public-defender internship during my last of year of law school. Looking back, the experience was easily one of the most valuable and eye-opening of my legal career. I’d like to encourage today’s law students, even those not interested in a career in criminal law, to spend time defending indigent criminal defendants. So I’m proud to announce that I’m offering a $1,000 scholarship for law students. It will be awarded annually to a law student who has participated in a public defender program. Keep reading to learn more about this scholarship opportunity for law students.