Monthly Archives: February 2013

Attorney Tip #2 – Think Like a Client

Frank H. Wu, Chancellor and Dean of UC Hastings College of the Law, wrote an article for the Huffington Post on February 13, 2013 looking back at his time practicing law from his current perspective as a client.  Mr. Wu offers a handful of realizations … Continue reading

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Kris Humphries’ Lawyer’s Request to Withdraw – A Lesson for Legal Consumers?

The Associated Press reports that Kris Humphries’ lawyer, Marshall Waller, filed paperwork Thursday seeking to withdraw from representing Humphries in his divorce from Kim Kardashian.  Mr. Waller’s stated reason for filing was “irreconcilable differences.” Lawyers representing clients in lawsuits may withdraw … Continue reading

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“Monday Mornings” – Not Just for Doctors

David E. Kelley, a lawyer by training, left the law and became a Hollywood writer, producer and creator of many hit TV series. His latest is a medical drama based on Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s book of the same name: Monday Mornings on … Continue reading

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Law Students Are “Voting With Their Feet”

The New York Times reported on Wednesday that law school applications are nearing a 30-year low, citing high tuition, overwhelming debt, and bleak job opportunities.  The Legal Whiteboard reported on Tuesday that Washington & Lee law school has a surplus of … Continue reading

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