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Author: Charisse Curiel

I Have To Be Honest, I Am Not A Teacher

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I am not a teacher. Even as a child, I never pretended to be a teacher or anything that had to do with direct interaction with people, especially children. It’s not that I am uncaring, it's just that even as a child, I always knew and understood my limitations. I had one best friend that also didn’t care for other kids so we were perfect for each other.

Working From Home Solutions & Advice

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Many states are currently enforcing a “shelter at home” order. If your state has not made that call yet, it may in the next few weeks. There are steps you can take BEFORE your business receives that order, and a few steps after that I can suggest if you are already sheltering at home.

Free Tools To Help You Work From Home

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Free is not always free. Often, applications that do not have a financial cost attached are clunky and in the end, are not very productive - which costs you time. Here are some of our favorite picks as well as others you can try.

Legal Life Continues

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Legal life as it was known is forever changed. This is legal-life lockdown. From the attorneys to the administrators, business development, paralegals, recruiters, marketers, etc., legal life has changed seemingly overnight.

Mergers On Hold

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While it is still too early to assess the full economic damage of the COVID-19 global pandemic, certain practice groups will be poised to do well. And while the world seems to be "on hold" until we clearly see what exactly we are facing, mergers will also remain on hold for the time being.

A Letter From Our CEO, Laura Leopard

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Legal retention is fundamental for survival. Law firms and legal practitioners must provide pristine services and great customer care in order to retain their current clients. Communication and respect are crucial to build long term relationships with clients.

Welcome to Community News

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Legal retention is fundamental for survival. Law firms and legal practitioners must provide pristine services and great customer care in order to retain their current clients. Communication and respect are crucial to build long term relationships with clients.