Tag Archives: advice

The naughty list

Consuming Interests, a blog by the Baltimore Sun, published the list of Maryland attorneys disciplined by the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission during the 2009-2010 fiscal year. For a variety of reasons, I am drawn to the list. As an attorney ...

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What does Google say about you?

Have you “Googled” yourself lately? In the age of the Internet and social networking sites, people make a vast amount of personal information available to the public. This is a helpful tool when performing informal research for a case. A ...

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Selfishness (or not)

Some of you may (or may not) recall that my New Year’s resolution was to run in the Cherry Blossom 10-miler. On April 11, I met my goal.  I was no Joan Benoit Samuelson (who, by the way, at age ...

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Bar Exam Redux

As much as it pains me to say it, it’s true: In six weeks I will sit for the Pennsylvania Bar Examination. No, I’m not moving to Pennsylvania. What happened is my firm recently opened an office in Philadelphia and I’ve been ...

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Golf is Life, so tee it up

Golf is the sport most analogous to life: It’s inherently unfair, difficult to master and far too random to comport with the need for just results. Beer helps. So does sun block. Golf also rewards patience, discipline and balance. When ...

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