Today is National Be Heard Day – celebrating small businesses and their efforts to “be heard” through the din of mega-business marketing efforts. Entrepreneurs, be heard! Make your presence known. Business owners, what are you proud of in your business? Shout it out!
THE LAWYERIST: For eight years, we have been finding the best examples of law firm website design from numerous nominations. Our selection criteria include best practices for website design, basic search engine optimization, and website security.
We’re planning something fun for the next Second Saturday Art Walk! We’re hosting a mixer with our friends at Hashtag Creative.
The very act of starting a business, any business, is creative.
If you agree, then you’re just the type of creative business to which we cater.
We help you grow ideas, not kill your creativity. Uncommon Legal won’t waste your time (or ours) by pointing out why an idea can’t or won’t work. We will recommend solutions to overcome potential obstacles. Average lawyers can spot a problem; uncommonly good lawyers help solve them. And we never try to fit your issue into a pre-form, generic, one-size-fits-all template. Read more
Jamie will be on “THAT BUSINESS SHOW” this Friday, July 29.
Tune in this Friday morning at 7:00 am! Rise and shine! #FocusFriday
Meet Katie & Fergus: Uncommon Legal’s Uncommon Beagles
If you visit the office of Uncommon Legal, Jamie’s equally uncommon pocket beagles, Katie and Fergus, will likely greet you. Like their owner, the Legal Beagles are #aggressivetenacious #focused and #fierce. And they’re so smart, they even started their own Twitter feed.
Follow them here: @ULegalBeagles
At the most pragmatic level, lawyers are society’s professional problem solvers. Lawyers are called upon to make distinctions, to explain how and why cases or experiences are alike or different. Lawyers are expected to restore equilibrium, to be balancers. Every discipline, every profession, every job, and every calling has a cutting edge. At that cutting edge, lines are drawn. Lawyers and judges are society’s ultimate line drawers. On one side of the line, the conduct, action, or inaction is proper; on the other side of the line, it is not.”
RENNARD STRICKLAND & FRANK T. READ, The Lawyer Myth