October 1999  Volume 25, Number 7
ABA Law Pracice Management Magazine, October 1999 Issue

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COVER STORY
A New Point of View: Redefining Lawyers’ Work
Get ready to practice law in a way that works for you!


Time-Out Practice Renewing Your Spirit, Reclaiming Your Life
Are you so caught up in the doing that you’re missing the meaning of your life? Learn to take time out every day and gain a clear view of the bigger picture.
Steven Keeva

Twelve Steps Toward Personal Fulfillment in Law Practice
Frustrated by law practice? Here are twelve things you can do to enhance your quality of life—and help improve the profession.
Carl Horn

Helping Clients Heal: Lessons Lawyers Can Teach Clients About Spiritual Growth
There’s much more to client satisfaction than resolving paper problems. We can help clients achieve the satisfaction that comes from spiritual growth.
Daniel B. Evans

Resolutionary View: 10 Principles for Developing the Attitude of Resolution
It’s not about winning or losing. It’s about getting people back to their lives. Here’s a primer on unlearning the craft of conflict.
Stewart Levine


Editor's Page - Toto, We’re Not in Kansas Anymore!

Technology in Practice Department

Product Watch

Marketing

Chair's Message

Resources & Reviews

Best Practices Profile

 

 

Buzz!
Michael Jimmerson's high-tech briefs.

Technology Update: Software Time Bombs and a (Just in Time) Y2K Checklist
The UCITA welfare program for fabulously rich software giants, AOL and Microsoft playing poorly in the Messengers sandbox, the "Tech Update" Ten Last-Minute Steps to Y2K Salvation, and "Parting Shots."
G. Burgess Allison

nothing.but.net: Nonlegal Careers
Possession of a law degree doesn’t mean you have to practice law in order to prosper and enjoy life. Plus, online career planning resources.
Erik J. Heels

Product Watch
The latest legal technology news in the lpm-newproducts@abanet.org inbox.
Storm Evans


Marketing: The Need to Plan for Growth
Here are some reasons your firm needs an organized marketing plan.
Robert W. Denney

Marketing Your Preventive Law Practice
How do you get clients excited about potential legal problems before they occur? Here’s a four-step plan.
Theda Snyder

Practice Development Clips
The bug lawyers, "mini" marketing, couch money and so much more.
Ross Fishman