Client Accounting for the Law Office

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Delmar Publishers, Jan 1, 1996 - Law - 272 pages
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Handling client accounts requires the legal professional to know not only proper accounting procedures, but legal ethics and the appropriate state law. This ideal text/reference covers the procedures and processes legal professionals must know to avoid the pitfalls of legal malpractice. Perfect for use by aspiring as well as working legal professionals, this practical book covers all the issues in client accounting for law offices - from accounts receivable to trust accounting and more.

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Nil CHAPTER 1 Accounting Fundamentals
Accounting Conventions
Transaction Data

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