How to Start and Build a Law Practice
This classic ABA bestseller has been used by tens of thousands of lawyers as the comprehensive guide to planning, launching, and growing a successful practice. It's packed with over 600 pages of guidance on identifying the right location, finding clients, setting fees, managing your office, maintaining an ethical and responsible practice, maximizing available resources, upholding your standards, and much more. If you're committed to starting your own practice, this book will give you the expert advice you need to make it succeed.
The book is organized into short, easy-to-read chapters and they deal with all the specific challenges you undoubtedly will encounter when you open your office. And the answers you'll get are realistic, practical, and based on real-life experience. Even if you already have an established practice, you are sure to find information that will help you compete and succeed.
You'll find a wealth of tips that can improve your practice once it is up and running, as well as dozens of time-saving templates and checklists. In addition, there is all-new material for this edition, covering areas including: * E-mail and the Internet * Law firm mergers and dissolutions * Student loans * Opportunities created by an aging population * Nonlawyer consultants * The globalization of legal practice * And much more!
|By||Foonberg, Jay G.|
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Dimensions||231 x 155 mm|
|Edition||5 Rev ed|
|Publication Date||May 31, 2004|
|Publisher||merican Bar Association|