Building a Better Law Practice: Become a Better Lawyer in Five Minutes a Day will help you be a better lawyer and build a better practice. Not through flash-in-the-pan gimmicks, but by sustained good practices in case management, client development, and undertaking the daily tasks of being a better...
Building a Better Law Practice: Become a Better Lawyer in Five Minutes a Day will help you be a better lawyer and build a better practice. Not through flash-in-the-pan gimmicks, but by sustained good practices in case management, client development, and undertaking the daily tasks of being a better lawyer. All lawyers are best served when they are stronger at their craft. This book will help you effectively manage and communicate with clients, handle your cases more efficiently, and become confident in your practice by providing practical and readily implementable systems and suggestions.
Knowing how precious lawyers’ time is, this book is written in a “daily reading” format. It's set up so that the reader cann read one topic per day. Each day’s reading should take about five minutes or so. Over the course of about seven weeks, at the time cost of 0.1 hours per day, you will have collected dozens of practical strategies for developing an efficient and collaborative practice that will set the foundation for good relationships with your clients.
Building a Better Law Practice contains stories and vignettes that drive home some very practical information. This book is not just for young lawyers...even seasoned lawyers will find refreshing tip after tip to improve and build effective law practices.
Praise for the Book
“Full of ideas for becoming a better lawyer.”
—Aaron Street, CEO, Lawyerist.com
"Building a Better Law Practice is written by a lawyer just like you. Mild-mannered, quietly knowledgeable, and generous, Jeremy Richter wrote an unassuming book that will save you years of grief without interrupting your day. Buy it. Take the five minutes a day to read it. You’ll thank me later.”
—Ilonka Aylward, Aylward Family Law, North Carolina
"Some of the best advice in Jeremy Richter’s devotional to law practice boils down to (1) don’t lose your sense of humor, (2) common sense and work ethic are just as impor-tant in the long run as your knowledge of caselaw, (3) see Number 1. But don’t take my word for it: read the book!”
—Eli Edwards, Research Librarian at Santa Clara University School of Law