Month: May 2015

Lawyers With Lowest Pay Report More Happiness

By Douglas Quenqua Of the many rewards associated with becoming a lawyer — wealth, status, stimulating work — day-to-day happiness has never been high on the list. Perhaps, a new study suggests, that is because lawyers and law students are

The Road Worrier: Court Etiquette

By Greg D. Rawlings Recently, I was in the security line snaking into Denver’s relatively new courthouse when I noticed that the woman behind me was wearing pajamas and bedroom slippers. Then I noticed that her boyfriend—who I smelled before

Flying Solo: 10 Things I Wish I Knew (Part 1)

By Jeena Cho This year marks the sixth anniversary of JC Law Group PC (exactly six and a half years, but who’s counting?). Had someone told me that I’d be running my own practice when I graduated from law school in

Law School And Legal Job Prospects In 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Nicole Black Since the economic downturn in 2008, the legal job market has been tumultuous at best. Job prospects for lawyers in large firms have been unpredictable, especially for new graduates, with the overall employment rate for new graduates declining