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Mark Herrmann, a partner at Jones Day in Cleveland, has
written a clever little book for the new associate. My favorite
chapter, "How to Fail as an Associate," has a highly quotable section
on the need to do background reading before heading off to the caselaw
databases to do word searches. Chapter 1 ("How to Write") is available
for free at the J
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He's No Grippando, But . . .
The May issue of the ABA Journal is out, and it includes a story about the success of the ABA's efforts in book publishing.Herrmann's contribution to that cause, The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law, didn't earn the photograph at the top of the article, but it did land the tag-line at the end...
A Lawyer's Blogging Lessons Learned
For Jones Day partner Mark Herrmann, the blogging light bulb went on the day the Wall Street Journal Law Blog mentioned his book, The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law. Within a day, it went from Amazon rank 47,369 to number...
Book Review: The Curmudgeon's Guide To Practicing Law
On Wednesday afternoon, I had the great pleasure to participate in a CLE program on blogging, sponsored by Counsel on Call in Chicago. To my immediate right was Mark Herrmann of Jones Day...
Curmudgeon to Lawyer2Lawyer
One half of your dynamic blogging duo taped a podcast yesterday for the weekly Internet radio show Lawyer2Lawyer (Coast to Coast) on the Legal Talk Network.(Blogging? Podcasting? What's next? We'd be tempted to figure out what this Twitter stuff is all about, but we're afraid we'd bore ourselves to tears answering the required question...
Jury Notes From Elsewhere, May 4
Good things for jury watchers at other sites lately: --Elliott Wilcox wonders why lawyers say they're speaking "as an officer of the court" when they want to stress they're telling the truth...
Review: The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law
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I've been a bad blogger. I read a great book on the law. I wanted to blog the book. I told the author I liked it and would blog it. And then other stuff got in the way and the little review of the little book never got done...