A Letter from the Editors

LPT Highlights the “Best of” and Brightest in a Different Summer

As we approach the midway point of a strange and most difficult summer, the Law Practice Today (LPT) Editorial Board thought this would be a good time to look back at the last year and highlight some of the best content from our monthly themed issues.

The LPT Editorial Board is composed of volunteer members of the ABA Law Practice Division who devote their time as issue editors and “brainstormers” to put out high-quality editions of the webzine each and every month. Thank you to all who contribute as board members and authors.

This month’s issue also features all-new “Meet the Managing Partner” and Women Rainmaker columns. Next month, we’re back “live” with our Human Resources issue, followed by our Diversity edition in September.

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We’d Love to Hear from You

One of the most satisfying things about serving as the Editors of LPT is hearing from our readers. If you have any comments, concerns, or editorial ideas, we’d love to hear from you. We also could not produce LPT without the enormous guidance and day-to-day work from the ABA LP staff and our copy editor. Thank you to all our readers and advertisers for their support of LPT.

About the Editors

Amy L. Drushal is a shareholder with Trenam Law in Tampa, FL, and is the editor-in-chief of Law Practice Today. Contact her at 813.227.7463 or ADrushal@trenam.com. Micah Buchdahl is an attorney and a past chair of the ABA Law Practice Division. He is the associate editor of Law Practice Today. He can be reached at micah@htmlawyers.com or 856.234.4334, and on Twitter at @mbuchdahl.






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