Effectively Staffing Your Law Firm
Jennifer J. Rose
American Bar Association, General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 220 pages
With the advent of sophisticated office technology, lawyers are tempted to rely more on themselves than staff to run and operate their law offices. But can you do it all yourself - or do you need help? Effectively Staffing Your Law Firm will provide you with the necessary tools to manage your workload and determine staffing needs that make sense for your firm. Employing additional staff frees you to do what you do best - practice law.
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