Part I of a collection of metaposts: 10 of them

As I write, if I find that this blog has more than five posts on the topic at hand, I try to collect them in what I call “metaposts” (See my post of May 13, 2007 where I ask if metaposts are useful to readers.). Thereafter, I refer to the consolidated group of related posts with the signal “and references cited.” It has not seemed worth my time to link to the metaposts, but I have decided to try a few. Here are 10 of them with links.

Arbitrations (Jan. 16, 2008)

Auctions (May 21, 2007)

“Best practices” (June 6, 2006 – 4 posts)

Blended billing rates (Dec. 5, 2005 – 7 posts)

Bonuses (June 30, 2007)

Budgets (Nov. 6, 2005 – 9 posts)

Coaching (July 9, 2007)

Cognitive styles (Jan. 16, 2008)

Core staff at firms (Aug. 8, 2006 – 6 posts)

Collective activities by several law departments (Oct. 14, 2005 – 5 posts)

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