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The Moment I Learned to Let Go

The Moment I Learned to Let Go

When Carlos and I describe what we do, we often compare our litigation practice to working in an emergency room. We never know what the day will bring, what fires we’ll have to put out. But we do know that whatever comes our way needs to be resolved immediately....

Redefining Work-Life Balance

Redefining Work-Life Balance

When we told people what we were planning, they said we were crazy. They listed all the things that could go wrong. They said we’d never be able to pull it off. Boy, did we prove them wrong. A Dream Come True-ish This summer, Carlos and I spent almost six weeks...

Navigating the Toxic Triangle

Navigating the Toxic Triangle

Earlier this year, I wrote a post about recognizing the signs of a bad boss. As I was reading over it recently, it struck me that I had left out another common pattern that leads to problems in the workplace. I like to call it “The Toxic Triangle.” Here’s how it...

The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma

The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma

Randi Zuckerberg (you may have heard of her brother, Mark) sparked an interesting conversation in the entrepreneurial world with the following tweet: She identified five priorities: building meaningful relationships, having a successful career, getting enough (or even...

My Pen and Paper Addiction

My Pen and Paper Addiction

I love taking notes. Not just taking notes, but physically writing things down. And while I’m always game to try the latest note-taking app or gadget, I haven’t been able to stick with any of them. I always end up returning to my trusty pen and paper. I’ve never been...

Is a Remote Office All It’s Cracked Up to Be? Maybe.

Is a Remote Office All It’s Cracked Up to Be? Maybe.

For the past few years, Carlos and I have had a dream. We want to travel more. But we don’t necessarily want to take long periods of time off from work. One night, over a bottle (or two) of wine, we got to talking. What if we didn’t have to choose between work and...

How to Recognize — and Deal With — a Bad Boss

How to Recognize — and Deal With — a Bad Boss

When you work in employment law, you become an expert at recognizing the patterns that lead to problems in the workplace. Nine times out of 10, the issues our clients face are the result of toxicity in their organization. And almost always, that toxicity started at...

Recognizing the Cycles of Stress

Recognizing the Cycles of Stress

Since going into business for myself, I’ve recognized a pattern. Every few years, the stress of running my own firm and juggling the millions of demands on my time and energy builds up. Suddenly I find that I’m not responding to my life, I’m reacting to it. It’s like...

Embracing Technology. Becoming More Human.

Embracing Technology. Becoming More Human.

At my office, I have a bit of a reputation. My colleagues call me a techie as I’m always bringing in new tools and gadgets that promise to make our lives as lawyers easier.   Some of my recent hits include InvoiceSherpa, which helps with managing the books. Then...

Diversity (or the Lack Thereof) in the Legal Profession

Diversity (or the Lack Thereof) in the Legal Profession

Shortly after graduating from law school I became interested in education law. I’ve always been a big believer in the power of public education. The chance to help make the field better really appealed to me. When I got the chance to work on a case for a local school...

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