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Law Schools Struggle To Adapt As Job Market Sours

The Washington Post reported that law schools “across the country are facing their lowest enrollment numbers in years, causing some to slash their budgets and revamp their programs in an effort to attract students worried about finding a job in a diminished legal industry.” The Post notes that a little more than 41,000 people “applied […]

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Law Schools Are Trying to Make Up for Lost Income Caused by Declining Applications

More law schools offering master’s degrees. The National Law Journal reports that Emery University School of Law “is among nearly 30 law schools that have or soon will offer a master’s degree for nonlawyers, up from just a handful two years ago, according to the school’s director of graduate programs, Lynn Labuda. The programs differ […]

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Has Your Lawyer Been Disciplined?

Courtesy of FindLaw, there is a list of appropriate agencies in each state that can tell you, usually online, whether a lawyer has been disciplined in that state. In Texas you just visit the State Bar site. Here is an explanation from FindLaw: An important step in evaluating whether an attorney is right for you […]

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Nicole Collier Speaks at Texas Trial Lawyers Association Conference

Congratulations to attorney Nicole Collier for being chosen to speak to the Mid-Year Meeting of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Ms. Collier’s presentation topic is Legal Blogging. The conference is being held this week in Austin, Texas.

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PILMMA – Personal Injury Marketing and Management Association

Today is the first day of the Spring 2010 meeting of the Personal Injury Marketing and Management Association, one of my favorite legal organizations. This is the first PILMMA conference I’ve had to miss since its beginning in 2005. If you’re not a member, you should contact PILMMA and sign up for the Fall meeting. […]

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Another Great PILMMA Conference

Today is the last day of the Fall 2009 PILMMA Marketing and Management Summit, and it’s been the best one yet. I’ve been in the group since the first meeting in April 2005, and it just keeps improving. We’ve had great speakers, fun and informative networking, and best of all was the two-day Platinum Level […]

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ABA GP|Solo Meeting Cancelled Due to Swine Flu in Mexico

In a disappointment to many people, members of the American Bar Association GP|Solo section received this e-mail today: April 28, 2009 To GP Members: Subject: ABA GP|Solo Spring Meeting is cancelled Dear ABA GP|Solo Member: Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at, the human swine flu outbreak continues to grow […]

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Please Attend TECHSHOW – April in Chicago

I’ve been attending TECHSHOW, presented by the American Bar Association almost since the beginning, many years ago. It’s always a highlight of my year. The enormous amount of technical information presented is only one reason to attend. Equally important to me is the opportunity to meet in person with many of the friends I correspond […]

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Featured Link – 230,000 Lawyers Recalled

With a hat tip to Bob Ambrogi, comes this startling announcement from the American Bar Association: 230,000 defective lawyers have been recalled!

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Featured Link –

My friend, Maryland attorney Steven Heisler, has launched the Lawyer Success Club Web site. The site is new, and Steve is still building up content, but it shows great promise. If you’re a personal injury lawyer, check it out. Membership is free. Here is the description from Steve: It’s like having your own P.I. Marketing […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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