The Experiential Guide to Law Practice Management

Opening and Operating Your Own Firm

Second Edition

by Lynne Adair Kramer, Ann L. Nowak

Tags: Law School Study Aids, Legal Practical Resources, Legal Profession/Professional Responsibility

Teacher's Manual available

392 pp $84.00

ISBN 978-1-5310-2465-9
eISBN 978-1-5310-2466-6

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What separates this manual and textbook from others in the field of law practice management is the experiential component. The course takes students step-by-step through the process of opening their own law firm. The textbook incorporates breakout boxes with experiences from the authors' own law practices to illustrate points in the text. The book's appendix includes a comprehensive collection of sample forms that law school clinics and new attorneys can use as a reference for the various types of cases that they may be called on to handle. And, finally, the new edition of this book includes an exploration of the issues involved in deciding whether or not to open a virtual office.

The teacher's manual lays out exercises in detail, week by week, for the entire process of opening a law firm. It also features simulations, class discussions, and written reflections to give students the experience of handling the kinds of dilemmas, struggles, and emotionally charged situations that are common when starting and running solo and small-firm practices.

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