How to deal with attending law school with a full-time job

Sep 24, 2015 By: Jeremy Byellin

Law school is hard enough by itself. It’s a whole new level of difficulty with a full-time job. Here are some ways to help deal with it.

When Lawyer Spouses Don’t Agree

Sep 10, 2015 By: Susan Byellin

Occasionally, a lawyer is bound to have some differences of opinion with co-counsel, and this can be especially challenging when that other attorney is his or her spouse.

Being a Lawyer Married to a Lawyer

Jul 7, 2015 By: Susan Byellin

Being a lawyer married to another lawyer offers unique difficulties and perks.

Should Clients Own Your Personal Time?

Aug 18, 2014 By: Stephanie Fox

According to a study done by the Pew Research Center, 91% of Americans own cell phones and all but 15% are online. Last

Independent Thinking: Work-life balance for attorneys and fathers

Jun 12, 2012 By: Lee Keller King

“I didn’t tell you it would be easy; I told you it would be worth it.”  That is the current expression written

International Women’s Day: Insights from Female Attorneys

Mar 8, 2012 By: Shelley Gracia

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a celebration now 101 years running.  To mark the day, we highlight top insights from women

New Book Demystifies Law School for Friends & Family of Law Students

Feb 15, 2012 By: Jeffrey Erickson

Andrew J. McClurg holds the Herbert Herff Chair of Excellence in Law at the University of Memphis. He recently answered some questions

Work-Life Balance for Women in Legal Profession

Dec 2, 2011 By: Lise Freking

I have artwork in my office reflecting “Images of Justice-Women in the Law” by Trevor Goring.  One of my favorite prints is