Volume 18, Number 1
January/February 2001

COLUMNS

From the Editor Jennifer J. Rose
Serving Tomorrow's Client Today.

The Chair's Corner Wynn A. Gunderson
Correcting Flawed Election Procedures.

In the Solution Michael J. Sweeney
A Return to Counselor.

The Business of Law® Edward Poll
Six Things That Drive Clients Crazy.

FEATURES

Just the Facts: What Demographics Tell Us about the Future of Our Profession and Our Clients
Annemarie Micklo
Keep in step with the projected changes to your client base.

Clients of Today...and Tomorrow Patrick G. Goetzinger
Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers.

Multidisciplinary Practice: Our Profession Is Not for Sale Robert L. Ostertag
With MDP, the Big 5 accounting firms are looking out for their own interests, not those of lawyers or clients.

Multidisciplinary Practice: The Debate Continues Florencio "Larry" Ramirez
The legal profession’s "core values" will not be compromised by MDP.

Hot Niches: Bankruptcy, Immigration Law, Business Law, Estate Planning, and Family Law
An ensemble piece—five authors describe hot button topics, billing practices, staffing needs, and marketing for success in these areas of law.

Using Internet-Based Technologies to Attract, Retain, and Service Clients Sandra S. McQuain and Gregory H. Siskind
Everything from marketing, to client communication, routine tasks like faxing and scheduling, accounting, document management, and research can be handled in a Web-based environment.

One Firm Shows How It’s Done

Ethical Use of Emerging Technologies in Law Practice Elliot Eder
It’s not easy to evaluate which new technology tools are useful and how to use them ethically. The best strategy is to be flexible, apply common sense, and be responsive to client needs and practice demands.

Corporate Counsel: The Practice Setting For You? Janet B. Wright
Free from concerns about billable hours and rainmaking, in-house counsel work closely with other professionals in the corporation on a variety of projects.

Women as Corporate Counsel

The Language of Change Jerry Lawson
Find yourself embarrassed by a lack of familiarity with the latest technology jargon? This sampler of significant new Internet developments can help.

Exercising Stock Options: What You (and Your Clients) Need to Know Before Joining the Dot.Com World Robert W. Wood
Numerous and complex tax provisions govern stock options. Find out how nonqualified stock options and incentive stock options work and how to exercise them properly.

Resource Roundup

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