Building Your Practice with Pro Bono for Lawyers
By Nelson P. Miller
Lawyers know that pro bono service is often the most interesting and fulfilling work of their careers. Yet few understand the financial and career benefits that pro boo work can yield. This book explains 10 pro bono opportunities that will broaden, deepen and strengthen your paying practice and legal career.
288 pages | Paperback & e-book
Careers in Animal Law
By Yolanda Eisenstein
This book serves as a comprehensive guide to animal law careers.Advice is given on how to createa job in animal law, and on how to distinguish one's law practice and expertise from others.
160 pages | Paperback & e-book
Entertainment Careers for Lawyers, Third Edition **NEW**
By William D. Henslee
Entertainment law is a popular area of study for law students and a desired career path for practitioners. Yet the glamor of working with actors, production companies, musicians, writers, and others to create works of art comes with long hours, hard work, and fierce competition for jobs.
169 pages | Paperback
How Good Lawyers Survive Bad Times
By Sharon D. Nelson, James A. Calloway, and Ross L. Kodner
In a single volume, How Good Lawyers Survive Bad Times will provide you with a wealth of tips, resources, and tools to help you survive in bad times, as well as teach you the management,f inance, marketing and technology essentials necessary to succeed.
230 pages | Paperback
How to Build and Manage a Personal Injury Practice, Third Edition
By K. William Gibson
Written by a personal injury lawyer who has been practicing for over 30 years, the book is for lawyers interested in starting a personal injury law practice, as well as for lawyers currently practicing P.I. who are interested in strengthening their practices.
200 pages | Paperback & e-book
Introduction to Law Firm Practice
By Michael P. Downey
Navigating your way through a law firm practice can be overwhelming, especially in larger firms. This new handbook offers a systematic study of how lawyers practice law at private firms and how a law firm operates.
270 pages | Paperback with CD-ROM & e-book
Job Quest for Lawyers: The Essential Guide to Finding and Landing the Job You Want
By Sheila Nielsen
The book demystifies networking by including illustrations from the author's own experiences and from the stories of her clients that provide examples of the real world do's and don'ts of how to conduct a productive search.
160 pages | Paperback & e-book
The Lawyer's Essential Guide to Writing: Proven Tools and Techniques
By Marie Buckley
The book addresses the real issues that confront legal writers today, including developing efficient writing habits, overcoming writer's block, reaching a deep understanding of case law, self-editing, editing work from junior colleagues, writing effective e-mails, and designing work for visual appeal.
176 pages | Paperback
Lawyer's Guide to Balancing Life and Work, Second Edition
By George W. Kaufman
This updated and revised Second Edition is written specifically to help lawyers achieve professional and personal satisfaction in their career.
250 pages | Paperback with CD-ROM
The Legal Career Guide, Fifth Edition
By Gary A. Munneke and Ellen Wayne
You will learn how to get from start to finish in the career choice process; how to honestly and effectively assess your personal and professional skills; how to successfully study and evaluate the market and utilize a step-by-step guide for your job search; and much more.
385 pages | Paperback with CD-ROM & e-book
Lessons in Leadership: Essential Skills for Lawyers **NEW**
By Thomas C. Grella
All too often, the difference between a successful and unsuccessful law firm is the quality of its leadership. Exemplary leaders have the power to motivate attorneys and staff to serve clients, collaborate, and innovate to the best of their ability.
249 pages | Paperback
Making Partner: A Guide for Law Firm Associates, Third Edition
By John R. Sapp
Most lawyers think they will make partner eventually, but in reality, many never reach this level. This concise, straightforward book looks at all the variables and provides detailed advice on how to create your own strategic plan for success.
120 pages | Paperback
Nonlegal Careers for Lawyers, Fifth Edition
By Gary A. Munneke, William D. Henslee, and Ellen Wayne
This book will illustrate how to use your legal skills to rise above the competition. The authors lead you step-by-step through the process of assessing the special skills that legal training provides.
209 pages | Paperback & e-book
Partner Departures and Lateral Moves: A Legal and Ethical Guide
By Geri S. Krauss
What steps can a departing partner or an acquiring firm take to minimize risks and reduce potential liabilities? This essential guide answers those questions.
110 pages | Paperback
Personal Branding in One Hour for Lawyers **NEW**
By Katy Goshtasbi
With over 1.2 million licensed attorneys in the United States, how do lawyers stand out from their fellow practitioners and get jobs, promotions, clients, and referrals? To survive and thrive, lawyers must develop their own intentional personal brand to distinguish themselves from the competition.
97 pages | Paperback & e-book