Information on practice management.

NLADA Launches New Home for Civil Legal Aid Research

Thanks to a generous grant from the Public Welfare Foundation, the National Legal Aid & Defender Association has developed LegalAidResearch.org, a research database providing free access to research reports and other documents about evidence-based practices and research results on civil legal aid.

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Administrative Information for New Clients

Includes the information for new clients of Carole Curtis, B.A., LL.B. and outlines how case files, phone calls and other communications are handled for this specific law firm.

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Billing Information for New Clients

Includes the information for new clients of the Carole Curtis, B.A., LL.B. and outlines billing information in addition to items that may incur an extra cost, such as experts, travel expenses, and disbursements.

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The Biggest Malpractice Claim Risks

In most areas of law, lawyer/client communication problems are the number one cause of claims. This article will detail out the three types of communication related errors.

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Going Solo Portal

A useful “toolkit” for those of you considering entering into a new solo or small firm. On these pages, you will find answers to (or at least new ways of thinking about) some of the questions you are bound to face as you consider the steps that will lead you to your own front door.

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The Road to Independence: Women's Journeys to Starting Their Own Law Firms (Audio CD-ROM)

Panelists discuss why an increasing number of women are opting to create their own law firms and will share practical advice and lessons learned. This program is inspired by the recent release of the Commission's book The Road to Independence: 101 Women's Journeys to Starting Their Own Law Firms, which recounts the experiences and insights of 101 women lawyers who have taken the courageous and difficult step of creating a law firm of their own, either as a solo or with others.   This program serves as a catalyst and inspiration for any woman lawyer contemplating the possibility of blazing her own trail to success and fulfillment.

NOTE: Members of GP Solo receive a discount on the price of the CD.
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The Road to Independence: 101 Women’s Journeys to Starting Their Own Law Firms

The Road to Independence is a collection of 101 letters from women who have taken the courageous and difficult step of creating a law firm of their own, either as a solo or with others.  Throughout this inspirational book, the reader will find business-savvy tidbits and practical tips for starting and growing a successful law practice in the words of the founders themselves.

NOTE:  Members of GP Solo receive a discount on the price of the book.
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ETHICSearch

This free service from the ABA helps you find the right resources to understand and resolve ethics questions that come up in your law practice. Staffed by lawyers with a combined 30-plus years' experience in legal ethics research, ETHICSearch will help you locate citations to relevant ABA rules, ethics opinions, and other ethics resources that relate to your inquiry.
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YourLaw

Regular communication with clients is essential to any law firm’s success. YourLaw is a quarterly four-page client newsletter produced for law firms by the ABA. Each issue contains useful law-related articles and tips prepared with the consumer of legal services in mind.  At the firm’s option, the newsletter can be emblazoned with the firm logo. YourLaw is the perfect way to ensure that when your clients think of law, they think of you.
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Has Your Legal Writing Plateaued?

Three important ways to always be improving your legal writing throughout your career.
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Remind yourself of the importance of sending effective and professional e-mails every time.
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Bringing Out the Rainmaker in You

Articles related to the practice of law in a small firm setting.
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Business Development Plans: Time Well Spent

A goal-oriented approach to business development will maximize time spent and increase your probability of success.
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Small Firm Success

Articles related to the practice of law in a small firm setting.
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Oklahoma Bar Association

Feeds for Court Opinions, Oklahoma Legal News, National Legal News, and Law Practice.
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The Missouri Bar

Missouri Bar Association’s Practice Management blogs.
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Practice 411

State Bar of Wisconsin’s blogs.
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Law Related Blog Directory

by Tennessee Bar Association
This is a directory of law-related Blogs generated from the Tennessee legal community or of interest to the Tennessee legal community.
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The Connected Lawyer

by Bryan Simms
Leveraging Technology to Practice Law More Effectively.
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Seth Godin’s Blog

A variety of topics are covered for the entrepreneur.
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Ernie the Attorney

by Ernest Svenson
Ernie believes that the practice of law is largely an “information processing business” and tries to help lawyers find more efficient ways to process their information.
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Ian’s Messy Desk

by Ian McKenzie
Provides tips on how to connect with your clients.
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WisBlawg

by Bonnie Shucha
Legal Research and Internet News & Information with an Emphasis on Wisconsin.
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Lawyerist

Tips on running your practice.
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Findlaw

Findlaw’s practice management website.
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New York City Bar Small Law Firm Center

Many lawyers who choose to become a solo or small firm practitioner are idealists at heart, but soon realize that they need information and support crucial to running a successful business. This is why the New York City Bar launched the Small Law Firm Center.
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Internal Revenue Service

IRS website.
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US Small Business Administration

US Small Business Administration Website.
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Law.com

Articles on the business side of the practice of law emphasizing small firm settings.
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