At Palace Law, we regularly contribute to legal publications. Here are some of the published articles written by Patrick Palace and staff. We are passionate about the exchange of ideas and constantly strive to further our profession.
Throughout the past 15 years, social media has grown from a toy for teens into a driving force in economics, politics, and justice, and the legal profession has not been exempt. There are many reasons for this change, but the leading ones are the simplicity of obtaining legal services online and the personal connection social media allows clients to feel with their attorneys.
In this week’s edition of How Lawyers Work, we hear from Jordan L. Couch, a workers’ compensation attorney at Palace Law in University Place, Washington. Jordan has a variety of experiences in the legal field but now focuses primarily on helping injured workers obtain the full compensation they deserve. Outside of work, Jordan spends his time advocating for new and innovative approaches to legal services.
What should a law firm do to meet the needs of 21st-century legal clients? Where should a firm’s efforts be focused? Which steps will be most impactful, while still being cost-effective? These aren’t always easy questions to answer. Fortunately, Nora Riva Bergman and Patrick Palace covered many of these issues and more at this year’s ABA Techshow in March. During their talk, “Resetting Your Law Firm For a Changing Economy and Marketplace,” they discussed steps that lawyers can take to strategically compete in today’s competitive legal landscape.
Think that being a litigator means you have to be a stressed-out, ulcer-ridden, hard-ass shark? Think again. You can certainly follow that stereotype, or you can have success as a litigator while still keeping it Zen.
The Lawyerist interviewed Patrick Palace about how he manages work and life.
Patrick Palace was featured in the ABA Journal from his talk at the ABA Tech Show.
Click here to read the Gonzaga Law Review by Jordan Counch, recently published online.
Hear more from Patrick about LLLT's and the future of the legal profession live from The Clio Conference 2015.
Publication Information NW Lawyer July/Aug 2015
Innovation coupled with exponential growth in technology is fueling the race to provide the best, fastest, and easiest legal services to the masses of consumers who need legal services. What path should we as a profession take to hold a market in the era of free access to the law?
Publication Information NW Lawyer April/ May 2015
Americans make do without any legal services because they cannot afford a lawyer and lawyers won’t take their cases or can’t afford to offer them legal services. If anything, the market is ripe with (lost) opportunity.
Publication Information: NW Lawyer June 2014
There are many reasonable possibilities for not taking a case. But to the person who is denied services and others who see lawyers denying access to those in need, it might look like lawyer self-dealing and a breach of our promise to serve the public. It wouldn't be the first time lawyers were misunderstood.
Publication NW Lawyer April/May 2014
In 2011, the Seattle Seahawks began their journey to becoming Super Bowl Champions when they hired Dr. Michael Gervais to lead team meditation sessions...
Publication NW Lawyer March 2014
As president of the WSBA, I have a full view of the Bar's size and complexity, and its many moving parts. Most people don't realize that our bar is over 36,000 members strong
Publication NW Lawyer December/January 2014
The old economy is not coming back; neither is yesterday. A wise man once advised...
Publication NW Lawyer November 2013
Patrick Palace writes about the changing profession of law and what lawyers need to do to be part of that change...
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