Law Practice Management (LAW-869-001)
First Class will be conducted via Zoom. Please refer to Course Announcement on MyWCL to see the Zoom link.
This course applies design theory toward to building and managing a law practice. Students should expect to learn how to measure the work they perform as a lawyer and apply that toward the creation of a small law firm. Regardless of the type of firm where a lawyer decides to work, one must be comfortable with the business of practicing law in order to not only effectively represent clients with clear communications about the cost of your services, but also to recognize your value as a professional.
Textbooks and Other Materials
The textbook information on this page was provided by the instructor. Students should use this information when considering purchases from the AU Campus Store or other vendors. Students may check to determine if books are currently available for purchase online.
You can order these books on Amazon: 1. The Client Centered Law Firm, Jack Newton 2. Law Office on a Laptop- How to Set Up Your Own Successful Mobile Law Practice, Catherine Hodder and Kelly C. Sturmthal
First Class Readings
The Client Centered Law Firm, Jack Newton- Page 9-27.
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