Stop Putting Out Fires: Building a More Efficient and Profitable Law Practice

Stop Putting Out Fires: Building a More Efficient and Profitable Law Practice

by Jeremy Richter

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Have happier clients. Get better results. Make more money.

You can have a more profitable and productive law practice by being a better manager of your clients, cases, and practice. When we are disorganized, we waste time and resources. Stop Putting Out Fires will give you ideas to have a more efficient practice, more effective relationships with your clients, and a more systematic approach for managing your caseload. If you want to be more productive, capture more of your billable time, and learn from the hard-learned lessons of others, Stop Putting Out Fires is a resource to aid you in that journey.

At its core, Stop Putting Out Fires is about three things:

  1. You having happier clients by better understanding your clients' needs and establishing better relationships.
  2. You getting better results through more effective case management and better litigation strategies.
  3. You making more money, not by working more hours, but by working more efficiently, having set goals, And having a healthier practice.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156505791
Publisher: Jeremy Richter
Publication date: 05/02/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 741 KB

About the Author

Jeremy W. Richter practices civil defense litigation in Birmingham,
Alabama. He discovered early in his practice that
managing cases is only half the battle in the practice of law.
Building and maintaining relationships with clients is equally
important. Jeremy has set out to innovate ways to develop client
relationships and improve methods for achieving efficient and
effective results. He has written both this and his first book,
Building a Better Law Practice, to chronicle his efforts and
lessons learned along the way. Jeremy also authors a law blog at

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