Law Office Management for Paralegals 3e / Edition 3 available in Paperback
This is a comprehensive introduction to law office management, written specifically for paralegal students taking a stand-alone office management course. Unique among textbooks of its kind, it provides thorough coverage of all aspects of law office management and organization, including ethics and soft skills such as communications and critical thinking that are key to successful office management. Assignments are drawn from real-world law office management situations and supported by innovative visual aids and learning tools, such as Clio, Tabs, and PracticeMaster, which gives students hands-on practice with timekeeping systems.
- Supported by visual aids and innovative learning devices, this book offers complete coverage of principles of management; employment and compensation; personnel structure of different types of law offices; billing and accounting methods; administrative systems; technology; and the tasks, responsibilities, and roles of lawyers and paralegals.
- Every chapter includes an ethics assignment.
- A new chapter walks students through exercises using Clio, Tabs III, and PracticeMaster software (available online to users of this text) for time-keeping, conflicts checks, entering contacts, entering dates in the docket system, trust accounting, generating a form letter, and other client-file tasks. The chapter also directs students through creation of a pdf portfolio, redacting documents, and creating bookmarks.
- New career profiles emphasize the importance of involvement in professional organizations, advancement in the legal field without obtaining a law degree, and that the legal profession Is populated by men and women of all ages and backgrounds.
|Publisher:||Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.81(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Law Firm Structure and Regulation in the Legal Profession
Chapter 2. About Technology
Chapter 3. Law Office Communications: The Medium
Chapter 4. Law Office Communications: The Message
Chapter 5. Law Office Systems: Conflicts and Calendars
Chapter 6. Law Office Accounting
Chapter 7. Office and Equipment
Chapter 8. Records Management
Chapter 9. Employees
Chapter 10. Personal and Professional Development
Chapter 11. Attracting and Retaining Clients