Reigniting Productivity in COVID-19 [LGE 113]

Even the United States Supreme Court has had to adapt to working remotely during COVID-19.  Still, long-term lockdown (plus further uncertainty with kids ending school and some businesses reopening) can really suck the productivity out of us.  In this episode, Megan explores some tips for getting back to business during these uncertain times.  Highlights include:[…]

The Ethics of Virtual Consultations [LGE 111]

Stemming from her popular post on Attorney at Work, Megan tackles the ethical considerations for attorneys handling consultations, particularly initial consultations, virtually.  Highlights include: – Ensuring video and phone communications are confidential – Careful sharing of client confidential documents – Conflicts checks – Terms of your consultations, and what clients can expect Resources Mentioned: Attorney[…]

Impending Judicial Logjam and How Lawyers, Courts, and A2J Will Be Impacted with John Grant [LGE 110]

Megan is joined by John Grant, who lends his systems background to lawyers looking to streamline their law practices with better processes and procedures.  In this episode, he and Megan explore the impending massive backlog of cases in the justice system, what lawyers and courts will face when the country reopens after coronavirus, and what[…]

4 Tips for Law Students to Get Through the California Moral Character Application Process

All law students must complete the California moral character application process. Generally, the process begins during the third year of law school. Unless the process is successfully completed, you will not be able to sit for the bar. The purpose of the moral character application process is to determine if you are an individual of good moral character. […]