Blog Layout Test
This topic came to me recently when I was trying to compress 20 pages of submissions into a notice of application which, according to our court rules, must be 10 pages or less.
As a lawyer who works from home (and a naturally nosy person), I’m always curious about how other lawyers set up their home workspaces. In this series, I’ll take a closer look at some awesome home offices.
Drafting an originating pleading can be overwhelming. I’ve broken it down into 3 relatively simple steps.
Use these at your peril.
Increasingly, lawyers are using e-mail for substantive legal content. The lack of structure can make it difficult to be clear, concise, and professional.
Hey, BC lawyers! Having trouble finding time to get to the Courthouse Library? They will send you books in the mail, for free.
Other lawyers tend to have a lot of questions about my job. Here are the six I hear most frequently.
The vast majority of us do not bill every minute we spend in the office. Personally, I aim to bill 6 or 6.5 hours out of an 8-hour day. That’s on a good day. So where do those extra hours go?
Microsoft Word. I’ve probably been using it for 25 years (what?). But it wasn’t until fairly recently that I learned some of its best features.
Growing up, I enjoyed writing. Then I went to law school.