Month: September 2014

What advice would you give to a new lawyer in their first year of practice?

The transition from law student to full-fledged attorney isn’t exactly a piece of cake. In fact, it can sometimes feel like you have no idea what you’re doing – what happened to all of the knowledge gained during those three

Posted in Career Development, Law Practice Management, Law Student, Networking

A Roundtable Discussion: What Young Lawyers Need to Do Now

By Nicholas Gaffney For young lawyers, today is the best of times. The legal industry is more exciting and dynamic than ever, with technology bringing about rapid change in the practice of law as well as new opportunities. In other

Posted in Career Development, future of law, Law Practice Management, Networking

3 Ways To Fund Your Startup

By Catherine Compitello Finding capital is no easy task. Lots of startups struggle early on with where to find the capital they need to bring a great product (or service) to market or to tend to a broken technology in need

Posted in Business Law

Choosing Your Specialty: Areas of Law for the Successful Solo Practitioner

Podcast from Legal Talk Network

Posted in Career Development, future of law, Law Practice Management, Solo Practice

Take Our Short Two Question Survey and Help Us Help You!

The DBA Young Lawyers Division Council is looking for practice areas that you would like to learn more about for upcoming Practice Area Previews. For more information about this program, check out an article about the inaugural event in The

Posted in Career Development, Community, DBA YLD News

DBA YLD Upcoming Events and Programs

Join the DBA YLD for the following September events.

Posted in Career Development, Community, DBA YLD News, Marketing, Networking

The CBA’s Golden Book of Anecdotes and Wisdom—From Attorneys, For Attorneys

By Ralph Josephsohn Rhyme of the Ancient Barrister

Posted in Career Development, future of law, Networking, Professionalism

A Guide to E-Discovery Technology and Collection

By Nate Latessa I’m sure you’ve heard it before—data is growing at an unbelievable pace. The amount of data existing today will double by 2020. A few years ago a terabyte (TB) sounded like an unfathomable amount of data. Recently,

Posted in Discovery, Law Practice Management, Practice Management, Solo Practice

Lawyers: Build Expertise To Stand Out

Podcast from Legal Talk Network

Posted in Career Development, Marketing, Networking, Practice Management