Month: August 2016

Attention to Detail and Reaching our Destination

By Drew Hefflefinger, CFP® Pilots have a rule of thumb called the “1-in-60 rule”. Although it has various uses, the ratio’s primary use is navigational. It states, if a pilot travels sixty miles and is just one degree off course,

Meaningful Bar Membership is Not a Spectator Sport

By Klaralee Charlton If your professional practice is flourishing, you’re drowning in CLE credit, you plan on retiring from your current employer in 40 years, and you’ve found fulfillment in life outside work, then stop reading.

Tim Duncan, College Savings, and “The Big Fundamental”

By Drew Hefflefinger, CFP® Nicknamed “The Big Fundamental”, Tim Duncan’s 19-year NBA career recent came to a close at the end of the 2016 season. He will go down as one of the best to ever play the game of

Improving Your Writing—Books that Actually Help (Part I)

By Abbie Cziok I dreaded reading the required books in my legal writing classes. They all repeated the same predictable truisms and tricks: incomplete sentences are those that are incomplete; clear writers write clearly; never start sentences with “and.” And so