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Generation J.D.

The Daily Record’s blog for young lawyers, by young lawyers

Working from home…

The best thing about the Blizzard of 2009: garage parking. During the Blizzard of 2003, I was living in an apartment at 28th and St. Paul Street in Charles Village. Apartment dwelling meant street parking. Street parking during the Blizzard ...

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Practicing law without the internet?

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not on the cutting edge of technological breakthroughs.  I don’t own a Blu-Ray player (Note to Santa…). I don’t have a Twitter account.  However, without the Internet, I am completely lost. For ...

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‘Tis The Season

The end of the year is an ideal time to reflect and take stock. We customarily set our New Year’s resolutions around this time, and we tend to be very family-oriented, especially around the winter holidays. It’s a good time ...

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Stress is all about perspective

I’m stressed. And if you ask my coworkers (or my wife), when I’m stressed, I’m moody and difficult and, on occasion, unbearable. The wheels of litigation seem to be in constant rotation with my caseload, my wife is 8 and ...

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This is not a TV show review. . .

Ok, I’m lying.  It is.  But it’s a review of a “legal” show, so we’re allowed to do that here, aren’t we? I really only get to watch about 2-3 shows a week (plus football, of course).  So, I’m picky.  Every ...

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Thanks from a Young Lawyer

Thanksgiving is around the corner and I thought a little list of things a young lawyer should be thankful for is appropriate. I am thankful for the following: 1. That for a period of four days over the holiday, I ...

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