Fertile ground for moral anxiety

Lawyers are especially at risk of facing ethical dilemmas or situations at odds with their moral compass.

Why work-rest ratios matter in the office

Morning tea might sound like a quaint relic from a bygone era, but it could be just what’s needed to maintain professional standards, especially in…

5 ways to reignite your motivational spark

As we find ourselves in March (yikes!), ANGELA HEISE shares some tips on how to get back on track if your motivation is waning.

Why inspiration is critical for today’s leaders

Being an inspiring leader isn’t about being a guru on a mountain, dispensing platitudes. It’s about finding your own passion, and then breathing it out…

New podcast to investigate taboo topics in the legal profession

LSJ is launching a new podcast to shine light on dark issues that remain somewhat taboo topics of discussion among lawyers.

Why mistakes make us

Most lawyers eagerly recount their success, yet few willingly discuss their failures. There is power in making mistakes.

Back to our roots

Spending time among trees can offer humans access to the company of other living things like nothing else can.

5 unproductive thoughts about work you need to stop

As highly-strung people with Type A personalities, lawyers excel at overthinking and overanalysing situations, especially when it comes to work. It’s not healthy and, frankly,…

Why humility is a skill worth developing

Being self-assured, bold, and forthright are common attributes of successful lawyers.  However, understatement is a key way to get results.

Can you say no to a promotion?

Can you decline a new role and still be committed to your career?