Success in private law practice requires not only skill in analyzing legal issues and coming up with solutions for clients, but also a level of expertise in running a business. Lawyers need to know how to market their services, prepare budgets, administer accounting and billing, collect fees, and manage IOLTA accounts, while complying with HR and business regulations, among other duties. Fortunately, the Social Law Library collection includes plenty of good advice from experts on law practice management and office technology. Our updated Law Practice Management Research Guide points to many valuable resources that will help members use their legal acumen to establish flourishing careers.
Check out our Law Practice Management Research Guide.