State Bar of Michigan
State Bar of Michigan
home
member area
contact us


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 print this page


for members
SBM general information

member directory

admissions, ethics, and
   regulation


diversity & inclusion

justice initiatives

member services

practice management
   resource center


public policy resource
   center


publications and
   advertising


research and links

sections & committees


ethics for members
ethics developments
ethics opinions
TAON (trust accounts)


from the courts
opinion searching
virtual court


for the public
public resources
media resources


giving opportunities
a lawyer helps
access to justice
   campaign
 

Practice Management Resource Center

library


Borrow a Book | Complete Lending List

The Busy Lawyer's Guide to Success: Essential Tips to Power Your Practice
by Dan Pinnington and Reid F. Trautz

Lending Library Number: 133

Busy lawyers do not have dozens of extra hours to conduct research looking for new tips and ideas to streamline and enhance their practice of law. They need "just-in-time" learning to acquire the knowledge necessary to build their practices. This convenient pocket guide is the "best ever" collection of practical tips, ideas, and techniques to help you survive, thrive, and find success in the practice of law. Written in an easy-to-understand format, this guide focuses on eight key topics of interest and importance to all lawyers:

  • Client Service
  • Marketing and client development
  • Technology
  • Coping with e-mail
  • Making (more) money
  • Ethics and Professionalism
  • Firm Management and operations
  • Strategy and planning

After reading and implementing the tips in this book, you will be on your way to being more effective and efficient, and this will translate to a better bottom line for your practice—and a happier you!


Practice Management Resource Center
Calendaring
Career Transitioning
Client Relations
Disaster Resources
Ethics Helpline
Financial Management
Insurance
Law Office Management
Learning
Lending Library
Marketing
Personnel Matters
Record Retention
Technology
Trust Accounts