Month: October 2013

How to Respond When You Disagree With Your Client’s Decisions

By Laura Liss For lawyers both new and experienced, there will come a time when a client wishes to pursue something you have advised against. This time came for me in late September.

Posted in Career Development, Ethics, Solo Practice

Will the Toxic Tort Case Management Tool Known as a “Lone Pine Order” Remain Prohibited in Colorado?

by Kristi E. Dorr One of the first Colorado cases involving alleged personal injuries and property damage due to hydraulic fracturing, Strudley v. Antero Resources Corp., has made its way to the Colorado Supreme Court by writ of certiorari. At

Posted in Environmental, Regulatory Law

15 fairly new legal industry jobs and 6 more you may see soon – ABA Journal

Stephanie Francis Ward

by Stephanie Francis Ward The profession has evolved since we named our first Legal Rebels in 2009—and there are now positions at law firms and elsewhere that didn’t exist when we first started this project. We asked well-known legal advisers,

Posted in Career Development, future of law