March 2003  Volume 29, Issue 2
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Denver Midyear Meeting and CLE
The Law Practice Management Section's 2003 Midyear Meeting was held in Denver, January 23-26, and included a full-day CLE program on The Best of ABA Law Practice Management. The program, cosponsored by the Colorado Bar Association, included nationally known speakers and best-selling ABA authors providing insights on practice management topics such as marketing, management, technology and finance and the Internet. For complete details on these programs, along with information on upcoming CLE events, visit the Section calendar.

Recent Publications
The Law Practice Management Section remains your best source for publications on law practice management topics. Our most popular recent publications include the following:
Women Rainmakers' Best Marketing Tips , 2nd ed., by Theda C. Snyder

Paralegals, Profitability and the Future of Your Law Practice by Arthur G. Greene and Therese A. Cannon

Collecting Your Fee: Getting Paid from Intake to Invoice by Edward Poll

Nonlegal Careers for Lawyers , 4th ed., by Gary A. Munneke and William D. Henslee

As always, Section members receive special discount pricing on books and educational programs, including the upcoming ABA TECHSHOW® 2003, taking place in Chicago on April 3-5.

To view the entire LPM books catalog or make a purchase, visit www.lawpractice.org/catalog.

Law Practice Today Webzine
To complement the in-depth articles found in LPM magazine, the Section's new webzine, Law Practice Today, offers more tips and articles in the core areas of law practice management: practice marketing, management, technology and finance. Section members are automatically subscribers! Read Law Practice Today at www.lawpracticetoday.org.

Spotlight on LPM Staff
Behind the scenes at the ABA, the dedicated Law Practice Management Section staff works to ensure the continued quality of Section programs, services and publications. Beverly Loder has served ABA members for 13 years, including 8 years as Executive Editor and Director of LPM Publishing. Beverly directs the acquisition, development and production of LPM books.