Cheetah Press, 2016. Paperback, 422 p. ISBN 9780997555523
Not Your Grandpa's Law Practice Management Guide
Are you a young lawyer ready to open your business? Or maybe a not-so-young lawyer struggling in your solo practice? This book is for you. This no-nonsense guide gives you the tools to handle the single most important—and the most overlooked—area of practicing law. Getting paid.
Stop working for free (unless, of course, you mean to do it).
Laugh at Portia Porter's misadventures and learn how to:
Get paid for your work
Avoid malpractice suits
Weed out bad apple clients
Law practice is a business. Let's handle it as such. Too many law practice management books try to sell young lawyers on the unicorn dream of living balanced lives while doing good. But you know better by now. You know there’s no chance of balanced life while you still have to worry about student loans. First thing, you need to get paid for your work. No, there is no silver bullet. Yes, it is the sort of thing one learns by experience. Unless one can learn from somebody else's mistakes. Which you can, with this guide. Good luck.