Robert Mathis is the pro bono service counsel for the State Bar of Michigan. Mathis’s past experience also includes working as an attorney at Elder Law of Michigan, Inc. and a law clerk at the Michigan Public Service Commission. He attended Western Michigan University and received his J.D. from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
Anne Brafford offers strategies firms can implement to effectively prioritize lawyer health and well-being.
Judge Joseph J. Farah shares how attorneys can prepare a proper motion.
Justice Bridget McCormack’s talks about how lawyers can balance their careers and personal lives in a healthy way.
Chris Anderson talks about the four sessions he presented at the NEXT Conference that all centered around law firm owner freedom.
Susan E. Reed breaks down some of the complexities of immigration law, encourages lawyers to be educated on immigration law, and offers ways lawyers can partner with clients at MIRC.
Nicole Black talks about artificial intelligence and other legal technology.
Michigan attorneys Tom Rombach and Odey Meroueh discuss limited scope and access to justice initiatives in their state.
Judge Wendy Baxter and Graham Ward talk about the benefits of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and how this form of practice is still evolving.
Hon. Christopher Yates, Hon. Jon Hulsing, and Hon. Tim Hicks talks about the right way to present summary disposition motions.
Kara Hart-Negrich talks about being the incoming chair to the Young Lawyers Section, upcoming plans and events for the next year.
Jack Newton talks about 2018 Legal Trends Report and what it reflects about the legal industry.
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