Incoming Mail Procedures PDF
Outgoing Mail Procedures PDF
The E-Mail Blizzard: Tips for Taming Your Outlook Inbox—Michigan Bar Journal (Feb 2011) PDF
Cell Phones—Great New Technology or Latest Per Se Negligence?
Minimizing Risk While Maximizing Performance PDF
Special Considerations for Sole & Small Firm Practitioners PDF
The Hazard: Practicing Outside Your Area PDF
The Hazard: Suing to Recover Fees PDF
Ten Ways to Improve Your Practice & Stay Out of Trouble PDF
The Top Ten Malpractice Traps & How to Avoid Them PDF
Your Partner's Keeper PDF
Quality of Life
Be Still and Listen—Mindfulness for Lawyers—Michigan Bar Journal (Feb 2012)
Career Vision: Moving Your Life From Stress to Balance
Good Health Habits Sneaking in Under the Radar PDF
Practice Random Kindness PDF
Too Much To Do, Too Little Time?
The Changing World of Work
American Bar Association—ABA Law Practice Management Section
Law Practice Today—e-Zine
A Short Course in Succession Planning—Law Practice Today (2011)
Closing a Solo Practice: An Exit To-Do List—Law Practice Today (2011)
Lawyers & Judges Assistance Program—Consultations for lawyers and judges
Work Life Balance Calculator—Measure the impact of billable hours on your life
Practice management software can help you manage your practice more quickly, efficiently, and to a higher standard. Explore Clio, a web based practice management application that provides a suite of online tools, including document management, time tracking, billing, task management, trust accounting, calendaring, e-mail integration, and more. Access Clio using your PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Droid, Palm Pre, and BlackBerry. Questions: Contact the Practice Management Resource Center Helpline at (800) 341-9715.
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Minding Your Own Business: The Solo and Small Firm Lawyer's Guide to a Profitable Practice
by Ann M. Guinn
Lending Library Number: 140
Small firm lawyers often get caught in the crossfire of practicing law and managing a business all at the same time. Commitments and interests levels may weigh more heavily on defending the freedoms guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution vs. calculating overtime pay for staff. They may be more interested in ensuring our legal system works, but not so interested in developing marketing strategies to attract new business. Minding Your Own Business approaches these challenges with the philosophy that solo and small firm practitioners are first, business managers, and second, attorneys.
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