Reflecting on LCL’s Annual Dinner

On May 16, LCL and its members/volunteers and guests enjoyed the Ninth Annual James A. Brink Fellowship Dinner  at the Back Bay Harvard Club.  Among such annual banquets, this dinner is a unique one, in that it is partly an…

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In the Aftermath of Catastrophe

Most of us seem to getting back to life more or less as usual, while watching the further developments of the investigation into the Marathon terrorist incident and noting the remarkable spirits of those recovering from injury.  Yet, all it…

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The Marathon Tragedy

LCL joins the rest of the Boston community in our dismay and heartache over the Boston Marathon attack, as well as our admiration of the ways that the people of Boston have risen to the occasion.  This kind of violence…

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Refuge from Emotional Storms

It can be difficult to keep track of all the various forms of psychological help that are out there.  Each year seems to bring a new wrinkle, and reliable scientific validation is often hard to come by (and approaches backed…

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The Stress-Free Law Practice

Here is an article from the director of the Oklahoma Bar Association Management Assistance Program to inspire you to notice and avoid an overabundance of professional stress.  At LCL, of course, stress of various kinds, and its impact on lawyers’ functioning,…

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Managing Your Work Search

Don’t go it alone!  Dealing with unemployment (or underemployment) and the job hunting process warrants as much information and support as you can get.  That’s why  LCL and your Mass. Bar Association are teaming up once again to offer this…

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