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work-life balance

Sep 8, 2020

Work from home “burnout”: What it is, how to manage it

Remote workers are allotted more flexibility to take breaks when they please because, for the most part, they are setting their own schedules—or at least have less rigid structures than they did while being in the office from 9 to 5. But perhaps ditching the commute and “going to work” in your sweatpants isn’t all […]

Jan 15, 2020

Life is not a pie chart: Why flexibility might be the key to finding balance

While some might see technology as a prison that chains people to their work 24/7, Jim Lehman, managing partner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough in Columbia, sees it more of a liberator rather than handcuffs, allowing attorneys to have a good life outside of the office.  “Clients are requiring us to be present more […]

Mar 7, 2019

The power of paying it forward

If you are an established lawyer, you probably give back to your community by your involvement in civic, charitable and pro bono activities. How many times in the past year, however, did you “pay it forward” at the office by giving the gift of mentoring to a newer lawyer? If you recall back to when […]

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