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Jeremy W. Richter
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There may be no group of people more acutely sensitive to language usage than attorneys. And for good reason. Words are slippery creatures full of connotations and pitfalls. http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/02/08/choose-next-words-carefully/
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You can read my article "The Value of Aggressively Pursuing Information - A Tale of Two Cases" on the ABA Journal, the second of my monthly articles with them: http://www.abajournal.com/voice/article/the_value_of_aggressively_pursuing_information_a_tale_of_2_cases
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Accomplishing your goals begins with a dream, followed by actions. Have you begun to take the steps necessary to succeed in your ambitions for 2018? http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/01/31/goals-2018-coming-along/
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Feedback and Words of Encouragement Really Do Matter. http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/01/29/feedback-encouragement-matter/
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Cognitive Space is Precious: Recycle Rather Than Reinvent - There is plenty of legal work that only requires critical thinking once. http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/01/25/cognitive-space-recycle-reinvent/
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Using Mediation to Let Your Client Have His "Day In Court":
The success of a mediation usually depends on the lawyers, because clients take their cues from their lawyers. http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/01/22/mediation-client-day-in-court/
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Building Touch Points into Your Case Management Processes - You don't want to be the lawyer who requires constant management and prodding from your clients to communicate and comply with guidelines. http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/01/16/touch-points-case-management/
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Book Review: “All the Light We Cannot See” is the best novel I read in 2017. http://www.jeremywrichter.com/2018/01/11/all-the-light-we-cannot-see/
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