JD Advising founder, Ashley Heidemann, is proud to have an article published in the May 2017 edition of the Michigan Bar Journal.
Ashley Heidemann’s article is titled “The Business of Practicing Law: Targeting Millenials.” The article discusses how law firms and laywers can better tailor their practices in order to reach the millenial generation. The Michigan bar journal article outlines 7 steps for lawyers and firms to take if they seek to make their businesses more “millenial friendly”.
To read the article on “The Business of Practicing Law: Targeting Millenials” please click on the link. Continue reading
I normally don’t write about gender-related issues. I have honestly not given that much thought to such issues in the past. However, I’ve recently read some articles that talked about the challenges of being a female entrepreneur which enticed me to think more about the topic.
Even considering what challenges come with being a female entrepreneur is difficult. It is hard to draw a circle around specific experiences and say I’ve had certain ones because I was a female. It’s even harder to know what perspectives and biases of my own that I bring to the table.
Many of the articles seemed to point to the following challenges (many called them disadvantages) of being a female entrepreneur: Continue reading
We have been assisting graduated law students in attorney skills for a while now. Some students come to us simply because they need to brush up on their legal writing or research skills. Other students want to learn the basics of litigation before they start their new job.
We love to help new attorneys learn important attorney skills. We find that not only are new attorneys better at their jobs right off the bat, but they also feel more confident and comfortable on their first day of work.
If you are a new attorney about to start (or looking for) a new job, our private, one-on-one attorney skills tutoring may be right for you. Continue reading