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    The Importance of Abstaining from Representation

    By Julian Frachtman / January 17, 2017

    As young attorneys, whether solo or in a smaller firm, we are inherently hungry for new business. Driven attorneys remain hungry, regardless of how long they have been practicing. However, in our unending quest to obtain new clients, it is important to note that we cannot – and should not – take every case that […]


    Young Professionals and Social Media

    By Julian Frachtman / December 9, 2016

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If any of you have been watching the news for the past ten years or so, you may have noticed that at some point, someone’s digital indiscretions have cost them their reputation, their career or profession, and in rare cases even their freedom.


    Networking With Other Professionals

    By Julian Frachtman / December 3, 2016

    As young professionals, it should – in theory – be easy for us to network with one another. Many organizations create fertile opportunities by hosting events – usually at bars – where we can meet, not only other attorneys, but also other professionals. Whether you are a solo attorney, are part of a small firm, […]


    The Cost of Becoming an Attorney

    By Julian Frachtman / November 11, 2016

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] -fees required to get your bar card- Let me begin by saying that once you have your bar card, there is no guarantee that you’ll land a $160,000/yr job right off the bat. In fact you have just entered a rat race to try to get that job – which you may obtain, if […]


    Going Dark on Social Media

    By Julian Frachtman / November 9, 2016

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Operational security and information control are paramount concerns of any solid legal practice. However, our clients’ digital footprints are everywhere. These days $50 and some elbow grease will get someone everything they need to know about your client. This can result in  anything from jeopardizing the possible outcome of a current case to total identity […]