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Roberta Tepper is the Lawyer Assistance Programs Director for the State Bar of Arizona, where she assists lawyers with practice management through Practice 2.0, the Bar’s practice management advice program, and administers the Bar’s Member Assistance Program. Roberta is an active member of the ABA’s Law Practice Division and serves on the Law Practice Division Council and the 2019 TECHSHOW Board. She is also the current President of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association Board of Directors. You may reach Roberta at Roberta.Tepper@staff.azbar. org or Practice20@staff.azbar.org, and follow her @AZPractice2_0 and ReadySetPracticeAZ.com. ©2018. Published in Law Practice Today, April 2018, by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission. All rights reserved. This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association or the copyright holder.

Balancing Act—Lawyers, Time, and Life

Balancing Act—Lawyers, Time, and Life

Finally, it is all coming together. You’re licensed. You are ready to practice on your own, in a firm or in some other setting. You’ve networked; you have prospective clients; you are getting referrals. It’s all falling into place. But is it all too much? There are so many demands on your time—clients, the court, […]

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