Attorney at Work Shop
Steve Armstrong, Heather Bock, Michael W. Davis, Sari Fried-Fiori, Timothy G. Leishman, Sandra Magliozzi, Susan Manch, Terri Mottershead, Cynthia Pladziewicz, Diane Ross, Laura Saklad, Marcia Pennington Shannon, Carol Sue Sorber, Scott Westfahl
Find, get and keep the kind of legal talent your law firm and clients need. Advice from a stellar panel of thought leaders in the field of recruiting and developing lawyers.
Success lies in identifying and capturing the right kinds of clients, providing the services those clients need in ways that add value, and ensuring prompt payment and the ability to grow profits. Ed Poll makes it easy.
In this newly revised and expanded second edition of Ed Poll’s highly praised Secrets of the Business of Law: Successful Practices for Increasing Your Profits!, you’ll find a wealth of hands-on advice to help increase success—and satisfaction—across crucial areas of your practice.
The bottom-line value of gender diversity in leadership is well documented. Yet most organizations are not capturing this value. The data are very clear: women are not proportionally represented at the partnership or leadership level in the legal profession.
John J. Michalik, J.D.
Essential reading for anyone who is serving as a managing partner in a law firm, or simply interested in acquiring additional understanding of what is involved in law firm management.
Paul A.C. Malliaté
Learn what it takes to be an extraordinary administrator and chart a successful career. This book is published with the support of the Foundation of the Association of Legal Administrator.
Charles E. Stinnett
Great law firms do not just happen. They are the products of exceptional leadership and sweat equity. This book aims to equip firm managers with the knowledge and desire to transform their offices into the remarkable workplaces.
John J. Michalik
The Extraordinary Bundle is your pathway to creating an extraordinary law firm! Become an extraordinary administrator, and help your managing partner become extraordinary, as you both discover how to lead your firm in becoming an extraordinary place to work.
Sue Umbdenstock and Rosemary Shiels
What do you do to stand out as an employer? What makes your staff and attorneys want to come to work every day? Read about the events, activities, special recognitions and other best practices in place at some of your peers’ firms and discover ways to foster a culture of integrity, caring and camaraderie.
Use this book as a guide to help you set up and manage an adequate system of controls for collecting, recording, organizing and reporting information that is necessary for efficiently running the firm