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When Implicit Bias Amplifies Impostor Syndrome

  • June 03, 2020
  • Yasmin Visram

What happens when bias and barriers to inclusion seem to validate the voice inside your head telling you you’re just not good enough? One lawyer’s story of conquering self-doubt offers strategies we can all employ to combat the undermining effects of impostor syndrome.

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Redefining Resilience

  • June 03, 2020
  • Rachel Migicovsky

Lawyers find new sources of strength to tackle today’s extraordinary pressures.

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SPILL: Good in a crisis?

  • June 03, 2020

Members share the pandemic-prompted tools and processes that have proven beneficial to their practices.

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Unafraid of Controversy: An interview with Douglas Elliott

  • June 02, 2020
  • Teddy Weinstein

In the second article in a series celebrating SOGIC’s 25th anniversary, Douglas Elliott, one of the section’s first co-chairs, talks about his part in producing lasting change in the fight for equality, from his time working on the OBA’s report on AIDS, up to the final decisive vote in Mont Tremblant that created SOGIC’s national section.

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Lawyers Helping Lawyers

  • June 02, 2020

Meet the team that is anticipating your needs and ensuring your voice is heard in policy and professional development.

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Summer Success During COVID-19: 5 tips for students

  • June 02, 2020
  • Claire Sweeny

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the summer plans of hundreds of law students across the country. Maybe you had the perfect summer job lined up but now it has been put on hold. Or maybe you were still working on finding summer employment but now find it practically impossible to do so. Whatever your summer situation, here are some tips on how to make the most of it.

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President's Message: The OBA role in advancing modernization

  • June 02, 2020
  • Colin Stevenson

When I laid out my practice innovation mandate last fall I knew that evolution was imperative for lawyers to remain relevant and trusted advisors in a rapidly changing business climate. I also knew that the OBA and our members could play a pivotal role in advancing modernization. What I didn’t know, of course, was just a few months later how accelerated the pace of change would become, how urgent the need to adapt, or how critical a role our Association would play.

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No Time for Emotional Investing

  • June 01, 2020
  • Lawyers Financial

Lawyers Financial offers seven tips to stay focused on your financial plan in a period of uncertainty.

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Mastering Virtual Meetings: Tips and best practices for effective online interaction

  • May 21, 2020
  • Dan Rosman

Videoconferencing is the best solution to interact with co-workers and teams while gathering face to face is simply not possible. It's safe to say that the firms that are investing heavily in these tools are unlikely to abandon them as things return to ‘normal’ which is why it’s so important to develop a set of best practices for present dealings and for a post-pandemic future.

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The EE/OR Conundrum

  • February 27, 2020
  • Elizabeth Hall

One lawyer’s Milnean pursuit of encouragement and an “ee”-sy answer to potentially soul-crushing legal-suffix confusion.