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Call of Duty: Civilian Lawyers and the Unmet Needs of Servicemembersby Gary TooheyFor military personnel – whether they are active duty, National Guard or reservists – service to their country often brings difficult legal challenges. Civilian attorneys have a role to play in helping servicemembers work through these matters – but only if they have a clear understanding of the unique issues military service raises.
Law Practice ManagementCures for the Eight Common Small Law Firm Ailmentsby Steve AdamsProfessionalismIs It Time to Fire Your Client?by Arthur SmithFrom the BenchCultural Competence in the Courtroom: A Judge's Insightby Hon. Gail S. Tusan & Sharon ObialoMarketingFourth Quarter Marketing: Refocus and Get Seriousby Donna EricksonHealthThree* Essential Habits of a Healthy Lawyerby Tracy Kane
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