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Immigration Practice News, June 2013 (Vol. 4, No. 4)

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 13062002 (posted Jun. 20, 2013)"

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AILA's Practice & Professionalism Center brings you the latest issue of Immigration Practice News (IPN) on our digital reading platform! As always, you can peruse the latest edition on your home computer, smart phone, or tablet! Use the top navigation bar to flip pages, print, search for keywords, share with colleagues, and much more!

For those who have trouble with the new format, the PDF version of the newsletter is also available.

In This Issue:

Avocation: 'A Calling Away from One's Occupation'
In order to stay in the game, we need to give ourselves a break from the workday grind. An avocation can be a means to focus on something completely different from our daily stresses, allowing us to access reservoirs of creativity, and develop a part of ourselves that does not need to be competitive and adversarial, but can be, rather, artistic and innovative.

Spot Red Flags: Tips to Screen for 'Bad' Clients
The most effective way to manage your time is to reduce or eradicate irrationally demanding clients. As the saying goes, 10% of your clients will cost you 90% of your time.

How Immigration Lawyers Can Avoid Bar Discipline
The typical complaint against an immigration lawyer involves a bad result. The problem comes when the bad result is due to sloppy practice.

Stretch Your Professional Profile with LinkedIn
The most widely utilized professional social media tool is no doubt LinkedIn. Because everyone is in on the action, it is more crucial than ever to stand out to your target audience.

 
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