I comment on the legal profession from the safety of retirement, writing about systemic issues which impact the family relationships, physical and mental health, and happiness of lawyers, with a view toward helping law students and recent graduates to take control of their careers.
I also write about other issues of interest to lawyers and law students, such as marketing a legal practice and firm culture.
In addition, I offer courses to: (1) teach junior business lawyers, law clerks and articling students the basics about practicing business law and marketing themselves; and (2) teach lawyers in other practice areas and accountants about business law issues, to assist them to be the trusted advisor to their clients.
Finally, I am also available to mentor young lawyers and to speak on business law issues and the practice of law.
NEW: I sometimes write about technical legal points as well. You can find those under “Substantive Legal Content” in the Blog. While you are there, you may want to check out the heading “Fluff” as well.