Ask any lawyer “How are you doing?” and invariably the response includes a comment to the effect of “I’m too busy.”
Being overly busy seems to be a kind of occupational hazard for lawyers. Many of us possess a “can do” kind of attitude that leads us to agree to take on tasks whenever we’re asked to do so. While this makes lawyers desirable as volunteers for many non-profit organizations, it also results in many lawyers feeling overburdened and sometimes, overwhelmed by all that they need to accomplish.
One obvious solution to this problem is to develop and implement a . . . [more]