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What Are Three Things You Resolve to Do to Improve Your Law Practice in 2011?

Posted Dec 28, 2010 9:00 AM CDT
By Lee Rawles

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As the year comes to a close, it's time for obligatory lists -- from best and worst ofs to resolutions worth noting.

We even compiled our list of most-read news posts on ABAJournal.com in 2010.

This made us wonder what's on your list for the New Year.

What are three things you want to do to improve your law practice in 2011? Do you want to move to a new office building? Set up a Twitter account? Pay off the last of your student loans? Plan a Flash Mob dance?

Answer in the comments.

Read answers to last week's question: "What Words & Phrases are Resumé Killers?"

Featured answer:

Posted by Hadley V. Baxendale: "Typically, the whole 'objectives' section.

"It’s usually loaded up with psycho-babble from self-help books like 'I seek to draw from my life experiences to channel them to utilize my maximum potential for fulfillment of mutual goals and objectives of my own personal being and those of my employer.' Bleh. Your objective is: a job.

"You never come off looking good in that section but you often look bad. Leave it out, or be factual: Objective: To own this place."

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