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Law Practice Management

Law Practice Management

 
Picture of the productThe Trial Compendium

The Trial Compendium is also available electronically for network licensing. For more information about acquiring a network license, please contact the DRI Customer Service Department at 312.795.1101 or Customer Service.

A trial lawyer’s ultimate goal is to take cases to jury trials—and win. Doing so involves a large number of moving parts that must be constantly reassessed and reevaluated. The Trial Compendium will help the young practitioner and the seasoned litigator alike to prepare for trial and to succeed before a jury. With contributions from defense attorneys across the United States, this is a one-of-a-kind publication to assist the practitioner master the lost art of the jury trial. It takes the attorney from the opening stages of the lawsuit, through expert discovery, pretrial compliance, and, finally, appellate practice. This is a must-have publication for any trial attorney.

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2017-04D



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The financial reversals of the late 2000s, technological advances, and outsourcing: these factors dramatically changed the way we practice law and continue to present lawyers and law firms with challenges that must be overcome to survive and thrive. The challenges are not merely financial, but also go to the heart of what it means to be a lawyer and to how law firms are organized and function. How does a small or medium sized firm start or persist amid these tectonic shifts in our profession? That is the animating question DRI's Law Firm Practice Management seeks to answer. This book analyzes how smaller firms can compete in the "new normal" with effective and conscious use of strategies. It offers nuts and bolts guidance about forming and managing a small firm and addresses specific aspects that affect small firms, including the possible advantages of being women- or minority-owned, and the role of a general counsel in firm risk management. The chapter on how to manage (and understand) law firm finances is critical reading, as are those on marketing, alternative billing arrangements, and the metrics by which lawyer and law firm performance is being measured by clients.

2014-03D

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