Best Law Office Education Books
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1. Monthly Budget Planner: An Debt Tracker For paying Off Your Debts | 8.5" X 11" | 24 Months of Tracking | 100 Pages (Debts + Budgeting Vol)
Author: by Floral Money Planners
The Perfect 24 Month / Two Year Monthly Budget Planner *Updated 04.26. 2021* Now With Over 40 Extra Pages of Misc.Bill Tracking! This debt tracking log book is perfect for anyone who needs to track their income and expenses month to month. Businesses and individuals will benefit from this simplistic & reliable layout.
Just click the look inside feature to check out what the interior looks like. Plenty of space to notate the important stuff, and at 8. 5 x 11 inches it will fit easily on your desk or bookshelf! Product Details:Perfect size allows plenty of room for writingHeavy Matte cover protects records24 Months of detailed Tracking and space for notesGrab Yours Today!
2. The Small Firm Roadmap: A Survival Guide to the Future of Your Law Practice
Author: by Aaron Street
Let’s be honest: traditional small law firm practice isn’t working. Too many solo practice and small firm lawyers struggle to generate enough cashflow, get clients, meet expectations, hire the right team members, or use technology. Some small firm and solo lawyers even struggle with mental health issues or substance abuse.
It doesn’t have to be that way. What if you could own and manage the law firm of your dreams without the 80-hour workweeks? There’s a demand for the services provided by small firm lawyers, but your law firm business plan and solo law practice strategy should align with what clients need.
In The Small Firm Roadmap, the innovative team at Lawyerist. Com, Aaron Street, Sam Glover, Stephanie Everett, and Marshall Lichty offer a proven path in this practical guide to help you:Gain clarity around your law career and success in solo practice or small firm management through vision-castingShift into a future-oriented law firm focused on value and client engagementCreate roles and hire for the right cultural and functional fitMatch your strategies and process with how clients make decisions todayDevelop pricing models that attract and convert your ideal clientsMaster all three personal roles in your firm as entrepreneur, firm manager, and lawyer technicianThe Small Firm Roadmap is your guide to the future of law practice with a client-centric law firm management model.
3. The Game Changing Attorney: How to Land the Best Cases, Stand Out from Your Competition, and Become the Obvious Choice in Your Market
Author: by Michael Mogill
These days, even if you’re an outstanding lawyer, you’re getting lost in the shuffle. America’s legal landscape is saturated with more than 1. 3 million attorneys, and they’re all competing fiercely to attract the same discerning clients and high-value cases you are.
Fortunately, there’s a way to stand out from the pack and reach a vast online audience searching for your services. In The Game Changing Attorney, marketing expert Michael Mogill takes you through the process of creating powerful visual content that connects emotionally with potential clients.
You’ll learn the value of differentiation and storytelling, while unlocking the keys to landing the best clients and highest-value cases. Like it or not, the best cases go to the best marketers. With The Game Changing Attorney, you’ll not only become a better marketer, but you’ll also learn actionable strategies to help you break through the noise, gain your ideal client’s attention, and dominate the competition.
4. Fireproof: A Five-Step Model to Take Your Law Firm from Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable
Author: by Mike Morse
Skilled lawyers who open their own firms can quickly find their dream career turning into a nightmare. When the firm doesn’t grow as fast as you expected, the money doesn’t come like you’d hoped despite working long hours, and your less-capable peers are passing you by, it can be demoralizing and deeply frustrating.
Mike Morse has been there. The change he made that transformed both his personal life and his professional future was running his law firm like a business. Now, along with John Nachazel, Mike has written the book he wishes he had twenty years ago.
In Fireproof, the duo lay out a roadmap of business principles to help you sort out what’s missing from your firm. By running your firm like a business, you are free to work in your sweet spot, doing what you love to do every day.
You’ll attract more clients, make more money, and enjoy newfound freedom. As your firm grows, you’ll enjoy peace of mind knowing it’ll bring more profitabilitynot more problems.
5. How to Buy a House: Vital Real Estate Strategy for the First Time Home Buyer
Author: by Yvonne Aileen
800 Muses (March 24, 2021)
Yes: You CAN own a home, even if you have poor credit and nothing saved. Yes, it’s the worst buyer’s market in the last 40 years, but you’re about to gain insider secrets to make sure you come out on top.
Inventory (available homes on the market) hasn’t been this low since 1982. To make owning a home a reality for you, you’ll need some help, so get your track shoes on. Get the strategy and information you need straight from a real-estate veteran.
If lack of funds is the issue, this book the answers. If your credit score is a concern, there are loans tailored to your situation. If no down payment is available, you’ll learn about grants, gifts, and 0 down payment options.
You can make yourself ready today by taking the necessary actions to educate and prepare yourself for your first home purchase. Whether you think you don’t have enough for a down payment yet, or you think your credit score can’t qualify you for a loan, there’s something you can do to overcome these obstacles.
6. AI For Lawyers: How Artificial Intelligence is Adding Value, Amplifying Expertise, and Transforming Careers
Author: by Noah Waisberg
Discover how artificial intelligence can improve how your organization practices law with this compelling resource from the creators of one of the world’s leading legal AI platforms. AI for Lawyers: How Artificial Intelligence is Adding Value, Amplifying Expertise, and Transforming Careers explains how artificial intelligence can be used to revolutionize your organization’s operations.
Noah Waisberg and Dr. Alexander Hudek, a lawyer and a computer science Ph.D. Who lead prominent legal AI business Kira Systems, have written an approachable and insightful book that will help you transform how your firm functions. AI for Lawyers explains how artificial intelligence can help your law firm: Win more business and find more clients Better meet and exceed client expectations Find hidden efficiencies Better manage and eliminate risk Increase associate and partner engagement Whether focusing on small or big law, AI for Lawyers is perfect for any lawyer who either feels uneasy about how AI might change law or is looking to capitalize on the evolving practice.
7. Law Office on a Laptop: How to Set Up Your Successful Mobile Law Practice
Author: by Catherine Hodder Esq.
What is a Mobile Law Practice? It is a law practice that is available when and where your clients need you. Structuring your practice as a mobile law practice allows you the flexibility to go to your clients, to work from your home office or to move to different offices.
With today’s technology, the options are unlimited. When you structure your Law Office on a Laptop, you have control over your hours, your overhead, and your life. Attorneys Catherine Hodder and Kelly C. Sturmthal have created a step-by-step interactive resource manual for starting up and running a successful mobile law practice.
In this revised Second Edition, there is over 20% more information, including how to launch a solo practice and an expanded section on marketing through social media. With sample forms, helpful links, website information and checklists, this book has mapped out everything an attorney needs to set up their mobile law practice for success.
Considerations for Your Practice Setting up Forms and Procedures Evaluating Systems and Software Marketing Yourself and Getting Clients Using Social Media State by State Guide for Law Practice Management 10 Tips for a Successful Solo Law Practice In addition to helpful links and resources, this book provides checklists of Goals and Opportunities to pursue so that you will have a concrete plan of action to start or enhance your own law practice.
8. Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers: A Practical Guide to Options and Implementation
Author: by Ben M. Schorr
October 7, 2014
Since Microsoft launched Office 365 in 2011, its popularity with small and midsized law firms has skyrocketed. Even large firms have been transitioning to Office 365 in droves as their legacy systems age. Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers answersin plain Englishall of the common questions that lawyers ask when they’re considering if they should migrate their firms to Office 365.
Written specifically for lawyers by a twenty-year veteran of legal technology, this essential book offers guidance on how to set up, manage, and migrate your firm to Office 365.
9. The E-Myth Attorney: Why Most Legal Practices Don't Work and What to Do About It
Author: by Michael E. Gerber
The complete guide to the business of running a successful legal practice Many attorneys in small and mid-size practices are experts on the law, but may not have considered their practice as much from a business perspective. Michael Gerber’s The E-Myth Attorney fills this void, giving you powerful advice on everything you need to run your practice as a successful business, allowing you to achieve your goals and grow your practice.
Featuring Gerber’s signature easy-to-understand, easy-to-implement style, The E-Myth Attorney features: A complete start-up guide you can use to get your practice off the ground quickly, as well as comprehensive action steps for maximizing the performance of an existing practice Industry specific advice from two recognized legal experts that have developed a highly successful legal practice using Gerber’s principles Gerber’s universal appeal as a recognized expert on small businesses who has coached, taught, and trained over 60,000 small businesses The E-Myth Attorney is the last guide you’ll ever need to make the difference in building or developing your successful legal practice.
When Women Run The Firm: How to successfully launch and manage your law practice with confidence
Author: by Demetria L. Graves
Are you thinking about starting your own law practice, even started making your plans to do so, but too afraid to take the leap of faith? Are you looking for a guided plan that will take you from the unknown of running a business and operating a law firm to a full plan for your law firm launch date with confidence, support, and a full outline?
In this tell all and task-oriented book, Demetria L. Graves presents a practical guide that will take you from the unknown to a global understanding of law firm ownership by the time you complete this book. In When Women Run the Firm, you will find:Ten insightful Pillars that will take you from the unknown to a full law firm launch plan;Advice on avoiding the rookie mistakes in the early stages of planning and launching your law firm, producing a top -tier law practice without the startup blues;Tips to save time and money in trying to figure it out, cutting out the late-night stress and lonely feelings of what to do next;Insight and wisdom from seven prominent women attorneys and law firm owners successfully running their firms;A full and complete outline that will provide a step-by-step guide to your launch day.
11. The Anxious Lawyer: An 8-Week Guide to a Joyful and Satisfying Law Practice Through Mindfulness and Meditation
Author: by Jeena Cho
Ankerwycke (June 7, 2016)
“This book offers an easy to follow program for beginning a meditation practice, written by lawyers and for lawyers. I highly recommend this book for anyone in the legal world who has wondered about meditation but hesitated to get started.” – Congressman Tim Ryan, author of A Mindful Nation and The Real Food RevolutionInterest in meditation and mindfulness has skyrocketed in recent years, thanks largely to neuroimaging and the body of scientific research that has validated the many benefits of these practices.
Sadly, the legal community has for the most part been left out, even though lawyers would clearly benefit from mindfulness. Many lawyers feel hesitant to try meditation, which can seem alien and inaccessible from the vantage point of a professional culture that places great value on logic and reason.
Jeena Cho and Karen Gifford set out to help address this gap in The Anxious Lawyer. Both Cho and Gifford began meditating as practicing attorneys, and have firsthand knowledge of the difficulties and rewards of legal practice. They experienced how meditation and mindfulness practices support a more effective and enjoyable legal practice.
12. Using Computers in the Law Office
Author: by Matthew S. Cornick
Equip yourself for career success with this bestselling guide, which explores how computers can make paralegals and legal professionals more productive on the job. USING COMPUTERS IN THE LAW OFFICE, Eighth Edition, provides comprehensive coverage of computer concepts, including the latest versions of common programs like Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and specialized applications such as CaseMap, Clio, HotDocs, TimeMap, and TrialDirector.
With a clear and engaging writing style, real-life examples, helpful tutorials, ethical considerations, and detailed hands-on exercises to help you apply what you learn to realistic professional tasks, this proven resource will help you develop the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in todays legal organizations.
13. Guests of the Ayatollah: The Iran Hostage Crisis: The First Battle in America's War with Militant Islam
Author: by Mark Bowden
From the best-selling author of Black Hawk Down comes a riveting, definitive chronicle of the Iran hostage crisis, America’s first battle with militant Islam. On November 4, 1979, a group of radical Islamist students, inspired by the revolutionary Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini, stormed the U.S.Embassy in Tehran.
They took fifty-two Americans hostage, and kept nearly all of them hostage for 444 days. In Guests of the Ayatollah, Mark Bowden tells this sweeping story through the eyes of the hostages, the soldiers in a new special forces unit sent to free them, their radical, nave captors, and the diplomats working to end the crisis.
Bowden takes us inside the hostages’ cells and inside the Oval Office for meetings with President Carter and his exhausted team. We travel to international capitals where shadowy figures held clandestine negotiations, and to the deserts of Iran, where a courageous, desperate attempt to rescue the hostages exploded into tragic failure.
Bowden dedicated five years to this research, including numerous trips to Iran and countless interviews with those involved on both sides. Guests of the Ayatollah is a detailed, brilliantly re-created, and suspenseful account of a crisis that gripped and ultimately changed the world.
14. How to Start & Build a Law Practice: Practice Ready – Mentor – Jobs – 6th Edition
Author: by Jay Foonberg
If you have a question about starting and growing your own law practice, or improving your existing solo or small firm practice, Jay Foonberg has the answers in this power-packed, updated, and expanded new edition. Learn it all from a practicing lawyer who provides you with real answers, for real practices, gained from real experiences.
This classic ABA bestseller has been used by tens of thousands of lawyers as the comprehensive guide to planning, launching, and growing a successful practice. It’s packed with 769 pages of guidance on identifying the right location, finding clients, setting fees, managing your office, maintaining an ethical and responsible practice, maximizing available resources, upholding your standards, and much more.
If you’re committed to starting your own practice, this book will give you the expert advice you need to make it succeed. How the ABA’s #1 Bestseller Will Help YouThe book is organized into short, easy-to-read chapters and they deal with all the specific challenges you undoubtedly will encounter when you open your office.