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As advisors to business clients and in many instances employers themselves, attorneys face the daunting task of keeping current with numerous employment laws and regulations. The last session of the California legislature added to the mix. What follows is a summary of some newly enacted employment legislation that may affect attorneys and their clients.
Many of us became lawyers because we weren’t inclined to go into “business.” But the truth is, whether you are an associate, solo or leading a full-service firm, you are running a business.
From courtroom to bedroom, couples in the legal profession are making it work together.
Law school not only helped produce great lawyers; in some cases, love partners. Other legal practitioners found themselves in Love and Law later in their careers. Some have decided to hang a single shingle and combine their law practice.
Client Referrals, Quality Screening, Marketing and more! LRIS makes good business sense…
THE BAY AREA GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM offers a path towards environmentally friendly operations for your business—and then rewards you for it! More specifically, the Program has laid out specific standards in …
Client Referrals, Quality Screening, Marketing and more…LRIS Membership Makes Good Business Sense!
Our Lawyer Referral & Information Service (LRIS) staff handles over 12,000 calls and online requests each year from members of the public who contact …
“Inequality for All”: This movie adds new perspective to this year’s discussion on raising the federal minimum wage.
More often than not, estate planning issues will intersect with the issues bringing your client to your firm.
Highlights of the June 2014 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles on law practice management, succession planning, reputation management and more.
Be it a partnership, proprietorship, or corporation, the real asset of any law practice is the “book of business.”
Business associates should not broadly assume responsibility for HIPAA compliance without understanding the obligations and risks involved.
Callers understand that we are performing a service for their benefit without expectation of remuneration. Not only is this a good turn for the public, it enhances the reputation of our profession.
JFKU College of Law implemented a specialized curriculum focused on children and families. To train the most effective practitioners, we combined the expanded substantive law covered with a substantial practice skill component.
We do the marketing for you: We get over 12,000 calls each year from people who are looking for legal representation.
We gratefully acknowledge our 2013 Sustaining Law Firms.
The new law encourages preventive measures by giving special considerations to businesses that take a proactive approach.
More than five years ago, the JFK law faculty determined that the traditional doctrinal law curriculum was not sufficient to meet the educational needs of its students. Courses designed to provide training in practical lawyering skills throughout the course of study have been added to the curriculum.
Numerous professional careers are enhanced by legal education. The way law students are trained to write, research, analyze, articulate an argument and comprehend massive amounts of information lends itself to careers in marketing, high-level management, science, economic development, data analysis and technical careers. Community associations, social work organizations, human services departments, government social agencies, employment assistance offices, city planning commissions and family services groups can also greatly benefit from employees with legal expertise.
Welcome to the brave new world of providing legal services. In case there is any doubt out there, let me assure you, the way legal services are purchased, how they are delivered, who provides them and how they are priced is undergoing a revolution
The Board of Trustees of the State Bar of California charged the Task Force on Admissions Regulation Reform with examining whether the State Bar of California should develop a regulatory requirement for a pre-admission practical skills training program and, if so, proposing such a program for submission to the Supreme Court.