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July/August 2010
Volume 27, Number 5

Features  |   Columns


How to Evaluate a Case in 15 Minutes » 
by Alan L. Inglis
How to Cross-Sell to Your Clients » 
by Michael P. Hurley
How to Network » 
by James L. Schwartz
How to Avoid the Surprise Attorney-Client Relationship » 
by Evan L. Loeffler
How to Decide Whether to Give Free Consultations » 
by Henry M. DeWoskin
How to Kill the Billable Hour  » 
by Jay Shepherd
How to Avoid Conflicts  » 
by James M. McMullan
How to Seize Stuff » 
by Patrick W. Begos
How to Handle Foreclosures » 
by Jonathan G. Stein
How to Talk to the Media » 
by Jan Matthew Tamanini
How to Succeed with Staff » 
by Harold M. Goldner
How to Close a Case » 
by Naomi C. Fujimoto
How to Withdraw from a Case » 
by Marc S. Stern
How to Deal with Deadbeat Clients » 
by Darrell G. Stewart
How to Cope When Opposing Counsel Is a Jerk » 
by Deena Beard


From the Editor »
by Joan M. Burda
You’ve Been Swell, You’ve Been Great
The Chair's Corner »
by James M. Durant III and Joseph A. DeWoskin
A Year of Service; Hello, Is There Anybody Out There?
General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News »
Annual Meeting Schedule; GPSolo on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; Fall Meeting Highlights;
TechEZ Training Tuesdays

Ready Resources »
Ready Resources to Show You How
Being Solo »
by David Leffler
How to Feng Shui Your Law Office
In the Solution »
by Meloney C. Crawford
How to Help an Impaired Colleague
Product Review »
by Elizabeth R. Ashley
Advising Small Businesses/Forms Combo
GP Mentor »
by Lori L. Keating
How to Mentor Another Lawyer

GPSOLO (ISSN-1520-331X) is published eight times a year (January/February, March, April/May, June, July/August, September, October/November and December) by the ABA General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division, 321 N Clark, Chicago, IL 60654. The magazine is committed to fulfilling the special needs of general, solo, and small firm practitioners. The contents of GPSOLO do not necessarily represent the views of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division or the American Bar Association, but are the views of respected members of the profession.

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