I meant to mention this earlier. The GPSolo Magazine for April/May 2009 has a theme of "small" and a lot of great material worth reading. From small marketing ideas to small town practice to representing small business, this issue certainly delivers. I deem it a big hit. Of particular note are two features: How the Little Stuff Can Get You in Big Trouble by Paula J. Frederick, deputy general counsel for the State Bar of Georgia, and Shake Big Savings from Small Practice Management Ideas by my friend and colleague, Reid Trautz of the Association of Immigration Lawyers of America. The Frederick article should be required reading in law school ethics classes as an entertaining, real world example of the slippery slopes a lawyer can encounter by not paying attention to details.