Unbundling legal services: a guide to delivering legal services a la carte
Law Practice Management Section, American Bar Association, Nov 14, 2000 - Law - 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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