Resources and Columns

Grover is a regular contributor to major legal publications and blogs. Select columns and articles are listed below.

Swimming Lessons for Baby Sharks: Practical Advice for New Lawyers

Ms. JD

Q: I feel as if another (more senior) associate is trying to sabotage me. The associate tries to get me to do all his non-billable work. […]

The Professor’s Role: Helping Law Students Put Legal Knowledge into Practice


Law schools, legal employers, and new graduates each have a role in practical training. But some critics instantly insisted that law schools had to pick up […]

Practical Advice For New Lawyers: Do I have to attend firm social events?

Above the Law

Particularly if you are an introvert, after working long hours you may prefer to sit at home on your couch – or lock yourself in a […]

10 Things Every New Lawyer Should Do—Right Now

The Careerist

You cannot assume that no news is good news. Asking non-threatening open-ended questions will help you elicit specific information: “What suggestions do you have for my […]

Helping New Grads Be Better Lawyers Faster

ABA Law Practice Magazine

How can lawyers hit the ground running? That question reverberates through the halls of academia and legal employers—with particular urgency since the last recession.

Standing Out From the Pack in Networking, Interviews and Beyond

To land a job, you have to convince other lawyers that you will do a better job of making their lives easier than anyone else they […]

New Year’s Resolutions for the New Lawyer

ABA Law Practice TODAY

The start of a new year is a perfect time to reflect on past accomplishments and to commit to changes that will take your practice to […]