Sybil Dunlop joined Greene Espel in 2010. Her practice focuses on representing individuals, corporations and public-sector entities in business and governmental defense litigation. She can be reached at email@example.com.
An experiment conducted at the University of Colorado Boulder, published in Science, found that “participants who briefly held a cup of hot (versus iced) coffee judged a target person as having a ‘warmer’ personality (generous, caring).”
The late University of Maryland sociologist Morris Rosenberg used the word “mattering” to describe our need to believe “that we count in others’ lives, loom large in their thoughts, make a difference to them.”
Fall is a time for renewed sense of purpose. The nip in the air reminds me to focus. The snow this past weekend makes me want to throw on a giant sweater and write a brief. Perhaps other folks feel ...
I’ve been writing this column for more than five years now. And I occasionally receive questions, praise, and (yes) even criticism, about columns that I’ve written. But the most frequent inquiry is how I avoid writer’s block.