Monthly Archives: May 2017

Law Practice Today – The Finance Issue

Check out the latest issue of the ABA’s Law Practice Today – The Finance Issue – a resource written for law students & young lawyers.

Some articles include

Eight Financial Tips You (Probably) Never Learned in Law School

Keeping it Practical: Tips for Pricing, Billing and Client Communications

Buying Technology: A Different Look at Cost-Benefit Analysis

 

 

 

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ACBA Softball Welcomes New Women Players

ACBA Softball Welcomes New Women Players

Get out of the office and into the dirt! The ACBA Softball League is in search of female lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, summer associates and law students to play slow pitch softball with other members of our legal community. Any level of participation is encouraged–from one game to an entire season. Prior experience playing softball is encouraged. Games are approximately one hour and are played once a week (Mondays through Thursday on rotating basis) at Dan Marino Field in South Oakland. The season begins the week of May 8th, but please reach out at any time. We would love to have you!

Contacts:

Sam Grego (League Commissioner)
Principal, Dickie McCamey
412-281-7272
sgrego@dmclaw.com

Kara Bailey
Assistant Federal Defender
Office of the Federal Public Defender
412-894-0783
Kara_Bailey@fd.org

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