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Law office staff manual: model policies and procedures for law office personnel

Berne Rolston, Robert C. Wert, Howard I. Hatoff, American Bar Association. Section of Law Practice Management - Law - 1992 - 201 pages
This work contains all policies & procedures needed for the general administration of a law firm. It aids in training new employees, avoiding misunderstandings, & preventing ...
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Women Rainmakers' Best Marketing Tips

Business & Economics - 2010 - 160 pages
Success depends on innovative planning, but brainstorming for new ideas takes valuable time. In one quick read you can get dynamic, creative, and practical ideas that can work ...
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Unbundling legal services: a guide to delivering legal services a la carte

Forrest S. Mosten, American Bar Association. Section of Law Practice Management - Law - 2000 - 155 pages
This books explains how firms can start unbundling their law practice and offer this new consumer-oriented approach to legal service delivery to their clients.
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Amicus attorney in one hour for lawyers

David J. Bilinsky, American Bar Association. Section of Law Practice Management - Computers - 2000 - 91 pages
Lawyers who master Amicus Attorney miss fewer deadlines, increase billable hours, and improve client service. Divided into five easy lessons, this guide is the fastest way to ...
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How to build and manage an entertainment law practice

Gary Greenberg, American Bar Association. Section of Law Practice Management - Law - 2001 - 341 pages
This book provides complete and systematic guidance on how to establish and maintain a practice in the field of entertainment law.
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