Posts Tagged 'Time Management'

Writing Tips For Large Projects

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Practicing law comes with many writing projects. Emails, internal memos, motions, oppositions and the like. And then there are “briefs.” One of the more ridiculous ways to describe the writing projects of the longest and most complex type, the word “brief” belies the undertaking it requires to create one. Briefs require, in fact, the most rigorous attention and devotion if they are to turn out right. But, to make the process more palatable, there are a number of things you ...

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Time Management: Are Seven Days A Week Enough?

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Michael Bogdanow, Managing Partner, Meehan, Boyle, Black & Bogdanow, P.C.

People often complain that seven days a week aren’t enough to get done what they need to do. It’s a good thing they don’t live in the Belgian Congo of the 1950’s. In Barbara Kingsolver’s wonderful novel “The Poisonwood Bible,” a missionary family in the Congo encountered a society built around a five day week. In 1929, the Soviet Union also tried a five day week. The point ...

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