9 of the Cheapest Cities With the Highest-Ranked Law Schools

By ALM Staff  Want to attend law school in a city that will go easy on your bank account? We’ve identified the highest-ranked law schools in nine of the cheapest cities in the United States. City rankings are based on Forbes’ 25 most affordable cities for 2015, which takes into account food costs, home prices, […]

Do you suffer from password rage?

By: Stephanie Faris “Please enter your username and password.” Few words fill me with more dread. Like so many of us, I have my browser set to remember all of my login credentials, so when I get the occasional request to re-enter information, I draw a blank. Far too many times, I enter the information […]

Pokemon Go spurs lawyers to stop and consider legal issues

By Debra Cassens Weiss Pokemon characters are on the loose, and it’s your job to catch and collect them. That’s the premise of the new Pokemon Go app, which uses your phone’s GPS and clock to detect where you are and make Pokemon characters appear on your phone screens, Vox explains. The Pokemon characters may […]

5 Rules: The New Mobile Etiquette

By: Entrepreneur Partner Studio Staff You’ve seen all sorts of wacky polls about all the things people would give up before they’d surrender their mobile device—drinking water, their shoes, their pet, and even their dental hygiene. Smartphones and tablets are often the last thing people look at before they go to sleep, and the first […]

3 Scientifically Proven Ways to Reduce Stress

By Jeena Cho When I work with lawyers, there’s a common myth that we all believe — stress is bad, and if we could only be “stress free,” we would all be more productive. It turns out, a moderate amount of stress is actually better for peak performance. The concept, known as Yerkes-Dodson Law, states that our […]