The Reporter – January 2019

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The Reporter – January 2019

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Building Professional Confidence: Why and How
  • How to Deal with Burnout as a Manager
  • Law Firm Faux Pas to Avoid Now
  • How to Never Miss a Deadline
  • Semicolons

From the President

Hello,

Here are some articles which I hope will help you in streamlining efficiency in the coming year.

As a reminder, if you haven’t yet ordered our hard copy 2019 calendar and would like us to mail you one containing all court holidays, please click here.

Best wishes for productive 2019 planning!
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Building Professional Confidence: Why and How

By Jennifer Anderson

Perhaps more than any other profession, the legal industry requires a certain degree of confidence. Want to convince a supervising attorney that you can handle a greater degree of responsibility? You’ll need confidence. Want to convince a client that your firm is the best one to handle their legal matter? You’ll need confidence. Want to convince a judge or jury that your client’s position is the right one? You’ll need a heavy dose of confidence.

Some legal professionals, however, exude too much confidence. You know the type – they generally speak over others in conversation, are never wrong, and consistently speak at a volume that is louder than necessary. Their confidence – which is possibly better described as cockiness – can be just as harmful to their careers as a complete lack of confidence.

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How to Deal with Burnout as a Manager
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Law Firm Faux Pas to Avoid Now
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  • How to Never Miss a Deadline

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  • Semicolons

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