CHICAGO, Jan. 31, 2017 — Lawyers looking for a simple and cost-effective way to organize their practice, look no further. “Evernote® as a Law Practice Tool,” a new publication from the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division, is the answer.
This book teaches lawyers the ins-and-outs of Evernote®, a single program where you can access and store important data with the click of a button. Author Heidi Alexander, an avid Evernote® user and practice management advisor, shows how to achieve practice efficiency and boost productivity, improving the delivery of legal services and benefiting the bottom line. Chapters include specific uses for law firms, case studies from real practitioners and the attorney’s obligation to secure data.
Alexander is a law practice management advisor at the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program, where she advises lawyers on practice management matters and provides guidance in implementing new law office technologies.
Title: Evernote® as a Law Practice Tool
Publisher: American Bar Association/Law Practice Division
Pages: 158 pages
Product Code: 5110807
Size: 6 x 9
Orders: 800-285-2221 or ShopABA.org
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