Tag Archives: Burning

How to Leave Your Current Job Without Burning Bridges

Burning bridges is never a good idea, even in an incredibly hot legal jobs market. While you may be tempted to pen a departing email that echoes an (in)famous one of years past (“may the smoke from the bridges I’ve … Continue reading

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This Twitterbot keeps you up-to-date on fires burning near you

FastCompany: “As fire seasons in the U.S. gets hotter and drier, a new Twitterbot will show you if a wildfire is burning near your house, where the fire is headed, and if a plume of smoke is traveling in your … Continue reading

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The eDiscovery Industry – Still Burning People Out

Recently, while meeting with a vendor doing a software demo, the sales rep for said vendor assured me that: “You’d have an assigned project manager, and you’ll have their cell phone number and can reach them anywhere, anytime, even if … Continue reading

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AN EXPOSÉ ON BRAVE FIRE FIGHTERS RUSHING INTO BURNING BUILDINGS: With “Inside the Intense, Combative World of Covering the Trump White House,” Variety, which used to reserve its attention strictly for the deliberately fictitious aspects of the entertainment industry, turns … Continue reading

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Conviction for burning Old Glory raises a red flag (Texas v. Johnson)

This is the latest in a series of Quimbee.com case brief videos. Have you signed up for your Quimbee membership? The American Bar Association offers three months of Quimbee study aids (a $72 value) for law student members. And if you go Premium, you’ll receive Quimbee … Continue reading

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