Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Winter 2016, Volume 22, Issue 1
- Gender Equality Sought with New Legislation
- Getting Paid As a Solo Without Breaching the Ethics Rules
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor
- MCLE Article: Recognizing and Addressing Implicit Gender Bias in the Arena of the Solo & Small Firm
- Solo & Small Firm Spotlight: Luke Zimmerman
- Specializing Law Practice: Excellent Service, Efficiently Delivered - Part II
- Table of Contents
- The Often-Overlooked Weapon of Seeking a Cost Bond against Foreign Plaintiffs
- MCLE Article: Can I drive home after happy hour? How does alcohol absorb into your body?
MCLE Article: Can I drive home after happy hour? How does alcohol absorb into your body?
By Eric P. Ganci
Eric Ganci is a licensed attorney in California, and exclusively represents persons accused of DUI. His focus is trial work, and he can be reached at Eric@GanciEsq.com, 760-216-4941.
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The legal profession is one of the most powerful, wonderful environments. It is one where we can constantly learn, be artistic, and truly help others. However, "with great power comes great responsibility," and it can also be a very stressful, heavy area of work. This stress can come in forms of feeling overwhelmed, overworked, or generally incompetent or unprepared. With that, the body and mind need a way to unwind – to try and escape the world in which we constantly live.