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The Importance of Technology Proficiency – Part I

by Peter Horvath | January 23, 2023

Attorneys should embrace available technological improvements in order to meet clients’ demands, increase efficiency, and lower costs.

6 Great Tips for Better Note-Taking

by Rob Porter | January 04, 2023

Whether you're a student or a professional, taking notes effectively is key. Here are some tips to help improve your note taking skills.

Why and How to Say No at Work

by Rebecca King-Newman | January 03, 2023

It’s easier to say yes and be miserable later than to say no and be uncomfortable now. Being able to say no is critical. Learn why and how to say no at work.

Celebrating No Interruptions Day

by Rob Porter | December 30, 2022

No Interruptions Day is right around the corner! We talk a bit about the history of the day, as well as its benefits and how you can participate.

Why Lawyers Might Struggle With Design Thinking

by Julia DiPrete | October 25, 2022

Design thinking is simple and effective, but it’s not necessarily easy. Lawyers in particular might struggle to embrace design thinking, but it’s not our fault.

4 Great Time Management Apps

by Rob Porter | October 11, 2022

Having trouble managing your time? These apps will help you get organized and increase your productivity.

4 Day Week Global: The Halfway Point

by Rob Porter | September 29, 2022

We are halfway through 4 Day Week Global's four-day work week UK trial. Check out the most recent updates here.

The Benefits of Brainstorming

by Rob Porter | September 09, 2022

Want to work smarter? Here are some benefits to brainstorming with a group, and the reason why sharing ideas is so important.

4 Tips for Successfully Returning to Work after Maternity Leave

by Gladys Simen | August 25, 2022

Here are some helpful tips from Gladys Simen, a working mother and life coach, on making your return from maternity leave more successful and less stressful.

Dear Lawyers: Don’t “Quietly Quit.” Set Boundaries Instead.

by Julia DiPrete | August 25, 2022

“Quiet quitting” is the latest buzzword, but what does it mean? Forget buzzwords and focus on what’s really going on: we need to set boundaries at work.