The Struggle for Diversity in Law Firms is Real. These Legal Experts Share Their Stories and Strides

While the legal industry has emphasized diversity and inclusion, it’s still branded as one of the least diverse professions. Amata is committed to a program of diversity and inclusion.

Change is Hard. Finding a Stable Space for Your Law Firm Shouldn’t Be.

It’s no secret that the legal industry is slow to change. Lawyers have billed clients by the hour since the concept was first introduced in 1958. Long working hours and lavish office space have been

Lawyering and Parenting? Legal Support Services Help Lawyer Moms Do Both

When it comes to juggling motherhood and practicing law, Natalie Harris, a partner at Baron Harris Healey, candidly admits that it’s no easy task.“It was totally horrible,” she said about

Practicing Law in Multiple States? These Lawyers Share How They Meet Clients Where They Are

For estate planning attorney Michael Milliman, this is a busy time of the month. He takes a four-hour train ride, leaving his Michigan-based law firm (DeLoof, Dever, Eby, Wright, Milliman, Bourque & Issa, PLLC) for a few days, to serve his clients in Chicago. It’s only a short walk from the train before he arrives at his satellite office in the heart of the downtown area.

Struggling to Work From Home? These Law Firms Safely Returned to Their Offices Amid a Pandemic

On March 23, 2020, Chicago personal injury attorney Tim Rhatigan of Rhatigan Law Offices, LLC found himself like many other attorneys across the state: working from home. This marked the first working day of Illinois’ “stay-at-home” order, issued by Gov. J.B. Pritzker in an effort to flatten the curve of spiking COVID-19 cases.

A Shared Space Is More Than Office Space. It’s Your Law Firm’s Legal Partner.

Picture this: You’re a growing solo or partner law firm operating out of a shared workspace. You have a busy day ahead with multiple client phone calls and in-person meetings. After a morning court

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