(6x9", 642 pages + diskette of forms soft cover, ISBN: 1-57073-991-9, Published by The American Bar Association, 2003)
Do you want to:
If your answer is yes to any one of these questions, you must read this book. Ed Poll has simplified the mystical process of operating a law practice so anyone can be more effective with his/her clients and become more profitable.
Book & CD: $119.00
"The Business of Law (2nd. ed., 2003) might be the most practical and informative book I have read in 10 years, honestly."
– Atty, Dallas, TX
"I have ... assigned many of your articles and excerpts from your book to my students in Law Office Management. You are indeed the master."
– JB (Aug 05)
"Your Guide to Biz of Law Book is like a Bible for my practice."
– G. Gordillo
This expanded edition adds 27 new chapters on marketing, personnel issues, technology, time management, clients' trust accounting, opening a new office, and changing from one practice to another. As the author says in his Preface to the Second Edition, "when we lawyers act in a more business-like manner, we tend to be more effective in the delivery of our services." The many ready-to-use forms and charts are available on a disk in eBook format.
Take the first step in achieving a more successful practice – order today to get your own copy of the expanded Second Edition of Attorney and Law Firm Guide to The Business of Law® today!
Part I: Creating the Business Plan
Part II: Setting Goals
Part III: Marketing Paradigms
Part IV: Financial Management
Part V: Working in the Law Practice
Part VI: Technology
Part VII: Operating Your Law Practice
Part VIII: Case Studies
8 CD Set
From crafting a business plan to selling your practice for maximum value, Ed will lead you from start to finish through the eight most crucial steps to law firm success.
Providing attorneys and law firms specific and practical suggestions for being more effective and making more money in the process.