Job Tips: Mental Health And The Law

The May 2024 Nevada Lawyer focuses on mental health and the law. Any thoughts on what they included? What did they leave out? What resources do you turn to? In the past we’ve had some comments about different therapists, therapies, and/or medications–anything you’d like to recommend these days? Most importantly though, how are you doing?  Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 988 …

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Job Tips: Pardon The Interruption

Since March Madness results in some of the least productive days of the year, we thought we would ask what productivity tips and tricks you are using lately. How do you stay focused on what you need to do? Are you the type that schedules everything or more the type that allows the day to flow from interruption to interruption. …

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Job Tips: A Piece Of The Pie

With today being Pi day, we thought we would post a topic on what piece of the pie you’re getting these days. If you’re a partner at a firm, what percentage of what you bring in are you actually getting? If you’re an associate, what percentage are you getting on cases you bring in? Have you noticed any trends in …

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Job Tips: Friends In Law Places

One of our readers wants your input on making friends in the legal profession. How do lawyers make new friends? Do you rely on your coworkers to become your friends? Are you still friends with your classmates from law school? When was the last time you made a new friend? Any tips on how to go about finding a new …

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Job Tips: Trial Experience

One of our readers wants to know how long you have been practicing and how many trials you have done? While you’re at it, are you practicing civil or criminal law? How does one go about getting trial experience if they want it? When talking about trial experience do you count short trials, administrative hearings, or arbitrations that take less …

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