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How To Do More in Less Time

Allison C Shields & Daniel J Siegel, published 2014, 288 pages Many lawyers work long hours and still do not have enough time to complete all their work–let alone tackle the business aspects of their job, such as marketing, business development, or strategic planning. It’s a common problem and learning how to juggle the work… Read More »

Categories: Book, Firm Management, Time Management

Flying Solo: A Survival Guide for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers 5th Edition

Edited by K. William Gibson, published 2014, 490 pages Newly revised and updated to meet the needs of today’s legal professionals, Flying Solo is a comprehensive guide to establishing and maintaining a successful solo law practice. The Fifth Edition of this ABA classic includes practical information gathered from a wide range of contributors, including successful… Read More »

Categories: Book, Finances, Firm Management, Legal Careers, Marketing, Solo and Small Firm

Essential Formbook: Volume IV: Disaster Planning and Recovery/Risk Management and Professional Liability Insurance

Gary A. Munneke & Anthony E. Davis, 452 pages, 3-ring binder with CD-ROM Part I in the final volume of The Essential Form book series provides guidance on both planning for disaster and on recovery after such an event, including contributing to the disaster relief of others. Part II examines in detail professional liability insurance… Read More »

Categories: Book, Disaster Planning, Firm Management

Essential Formbook: Volume I: Partnership and Organizational Agreements/Client Intake and Fee Agreements

Gary A. Munneke & Anthony E. Davis, 288 pages, 3-ring binder with CD-ROM Part I of this volume addresses traditional and alternative partnership agreements, including the Limited Liability Partnership Agreement, and law firm dissolution agreements. Part II walks you through the client intake process, including how to effectively gather information on new clients, manage the… Read More »

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Easy Self-Audits for the Busy Law Office

Nancy Byerly Jones, published 1999, 352 pages with diskettes Here’s a valuable, easy-to-use tool to help you conduct your own management self-audits in minutes! Whether you need to streamline procedures, foster teamwork, or build client relations, this book will help you identify your practice’s (or department’s) “problem” areas, as well as ideas for improving them…. Read More »

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Complete Guide to Designing Your Law Office

Suzette S. Schultz and Jon S. Schultz, published 2005, 312 pages with CD-ROM Here’s the information you need to create an impressive, efficient law office that meets your business requirements. Learn the best approaches for designing every area in the law office, including offices and work stations, conference rooms and reception areas, and more. You’ll… Read More »

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The Busy Lawyer’s Guide to Success: Essential Tips to Power Your Practice

Reid F. Trautz & Dan Pinnington, published 2009, 156 pages Busy lawyers do not have dozens of extra hours to conduct research looking for new tips and ideas to streamline and enhance their practice of law. They need “just-in-time” learning to acquire the knowledge necessary to build their practices. This convenient pocket guide is the… Read More »

Categories: Book, Finances, Firm Management, Legal Technology, Marketing, Solo and Small Firm

Being Prepared: A Lawyer’s Guide to Dealing with Disability or Unexpected Events

Lloyd Cohen & Debra Hart Cohen, Published 2008, 220 pages Being Prepared is the essential workbook and guide for protecting your law practice against casualty or other unexpected event. If you haven’t started thinking about, or formulating, an action plan to properly protect your law firm, your clients, and your family in the event of… Read More »

Categories: Book, Disaster Planning, Firm Management, Solo and Small Firm
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