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August 08, 2014

What I learned at work today.

If there is something about a strategy, a client demand, a candidate for employment, a new firm policy, a document-in-progress or draft of a pleading, brief or contract for a client, and you just can't articulate the problem, your instincts are trying to help you. Articulate it. Discuss it. Fix it now.

(Sorry to be metaphysically clumsy. It happens.)

Posted by JD Hull at August 8, 2014 03:11 PM


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