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You and Your Practice (access required)

As law firms reach sophisticated levels of website development, strive for comprehensive firm branding and roll out the most creative paid ad campaigns in history, it is important for lawyers and their business development gurus to stay focused on the ...

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Law Schools (access required)

Interview preparation, say law-school career counselors, is critical to landing that big-firm job you’ve been coveting. Smile. Shake hands. Look the interviewer in the eye. Don’t fidget. Ask questions of your own. Soon, however, counselors may have to teach another ...

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Representing A Defendant (access required)

Your client, a real-estate developer, is on the phone, and he sounds apprehensive. Three years ago, the developer bought 100 acres of land on which he intends to build a small housing development. Recently, however, someone faxed him a copy ...

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To Wit (access required)

Editor’s Note: September’s here and time for the baseball pennant races to get serious. Except in Seattle, where they started printing playoff tickets in June and where Mariners phenom Ichiro Suzuki (the only guy in the majors to wear his ...

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In Camera (access required)

They don’t make actresses much more adorable than Reese Witherspoon, the human lemon drop who stars as the unlikeliest of law students in the comedy “Legally Blonde.” Like Jean Harlow with an iBook, Witherspoon is such a force of nature ...

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