I was recently introduced to the concept of the Not To Do list, and I love it. Basically, it’s as simple as looking at your To Do list each day to figure out what you can delegate – NOT because you want to take the day off, but so you can focus on where you excel.
One response I often hear from attorneys regarding why they don’t submit eBriefs is, “My brief doesn’t warrant an eBrief”. I used to just accept this at face value, but then I began asking myself, “What kind of brief does warrant an eBrief?” eBriefs have been around for quite some time, and in their infancy, […]
So you made the decision to submit a hyperlinked eBrief. Now what? First of all, congratulations on helping your judge, clerk or other trier-of-fact easily review your filing. In most cases, you and your team have put in countless hours actually writing the brief, and the thought of now preparing an eBrief is probably not […]