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  • Judge Wiss Explains How to Make the Complex Work

    By Ben Hancock

    Mary Wiss, one of just two judges overseeing complex civil litigation on the court, became the first woman to preside over the complex department in 2014. Over 13 years she's served in a variety of roles on the bench, handling everything from misdemeanors to mental health issues. She recently spoke with The Recorder about her style of questioning and what lawyers can learn from the court reporter.

  • A Courtroom Sketch Artist on Murder, Emotion and Finding an Angle

    By Ross Todd

    A regular presence in San Francisco Bay Area courtrooms, Vicki Ellen Behringer has had plenty of blockbuster trials to render over a career as a sketch artist.

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  • I'm in a Career Rut. What Should I Do?

    By Julie Brush

    it's critical to understand that in order to break your fear and paralysis­—and get out of your rut— the first major step will require a plan to gain self awareness of the professional you: your good and bad, likes and dislikes, wants and needs, musts and must nots.

  • The Ethics of Alternative Fee Arrangements

    By Randy Evans and Shari Klevens

    As the legal industry continues to adapt post-Great Recession, alternative fee arrangements are becoming more prevalent.

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Video: Celebrating the 2015 Women Leaders and Power Players

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This year's winners recount career crossroads and lessons learned.
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