Lincoln Lawyering

Abraham Lincoln had a successful career as a small firm lawyer for 25 years before becoming America’s 16th president in 1861. In notes for a lecture to lawyers, Lincoln attributed his achievements to diligence, honesty, and time management. Learn more by reading Lincoln's Lecture on Successful Lawyering, the ABA's Guide to Lawyer Well-Being and CAP's book about The Organized Lawyer. Get entertained by watching Matthew McConaughey in The Lincoln Lawyer.

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