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Selected LPM Tech Books are 75% Off!

Just in time for summer reading season, LPM is offering a 75% discount on selected books. You won’t ever see a sale this big, so order before May 31 to take advantage of the low prices!

A full list of sale books is below. To receive the 75% discount, enter the code LPMSALE13 at checkout.

Making Partner: A Guide for Law Firm Associates, Third Edition
By John R. Sapp
Most lawyers think they will make partner eventually, but in reality, many never reach this level. This concise, straightforward book looks at all the variables and provides detailed advice on how to create your own strategic plan for success.

Think Again! Innovative Approaches to the Business of Law
By Jeffrey L. Nischwitz
This book is about creating a client-centric law firm and delivering great client service, differentiating your law firm from other firms, and developing the specific skills and strategies needed for effective and productive relationship building and business development results.

The Essential Little Book of Great Lawyering
James A. Durham
A veteran marketer, Durham’s core thesis is simple: Being a great lawyer IS the best business development plan. This will be music to the ears of many lawyers, who are reluctant to enter the pedestrian traffic of marketing.

Trainer’s Manual for the Law Firm Associate’s Guide to Personal Marketing and Selling Skills
By Beth Marie Cuzzone and Catherine Alman MacDonagh
This manual is created to teach important skills that associates and other lawyers need to succeed at their firms, but that they may have not learned in law school.

Lawyer’s Guide to Marketing on the Internet, Third Edition
By Richard P. Klau, Deborah McMurray, and Gregory H. Siskind
This guide showcases practical online strategies and the latest innovations so that you can immediately participate in decisions about your firm’s Web marketing effort.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together
By Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell
This guide shows you how to use standard technology you already have and the latest “Web 2.0” resources and other tech tools, like Google Docs, Microsoft Office and SharePoint, and Adobe Acrobat, to work more effectively on projects with colleagues, clients, co-counsel and even opposing counsel.

Through the Client’s Eyes: New Approaches to Get Clients to Hire You Again and Again, Third Edition
By Andrew W. Ewalt and Henry W. Ewalt
This edition is for every attorney who has struggled with the love-hate traits inherent in the practice of law. Used as a comprehensive guidebook, you’ll learn how to better cultivate your existing client relationships without compromising your own interests—and increase your bottom line.

Risk Management: Survival Tools for Law Firms, Second Edition
By Anthony E. Davis, Peter R. Jarvis
This edition provides a comprehensive overview of risk management, offers a practical approach to risk management evaluation, and steps to take to create a “best practice” plan.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Outlook 2007
By Ben M. Schorr
This is the only guide written specifically for lawyers to help you be more productive, more efficient and more successful. More than just email, Outlook is also a powerful task, contact, and scheduling manager that will improve your practice.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Excel 2007
By John C. Tredennick
This guide will help you take advantage of one of the most powerful software tools that you already have on your desktop. It is written by a practicing lawyer for other practicing lawyers and will help you put it to work in your own practice.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Concordance
By Liz M. Weiman
In this age, when trial outcomes depend on the organization of electronic data discovery, This guide reveals how attorneys and staff can make Concordance the most powerful tool in their litigation arsenal.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Governing Your Firm
By Arthur G. Greene
This guide is a practical and valuable resource for those firms that want to provide better client service, as well as improve the working environment for both lawyers and staff.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Practice Management Software Systems, Second Edition
By Andrew Z. Adkins III
This guide covers the entire gamut of the latest practice management systems software, helping you gain a solid understanding of their individual capabilities and special features.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: 2009 CD-ROM Supplement
By Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell
Well-known legal technology authorities, Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell, provide a wealth of information useful to lawyers who are just beginning to try these tools, as well as tips and techniques for those lawyers with intermediate and advanced collaboration experience.

The Law Firm Associate’s Guide to Connecting with Your Colleagues
By Martin L. Camp ane Barbara B. Miller
This volume will help associates learn how to effectively work together with their colleagues to achieve high levels of productivity and success in the law office.

The Law Firm Associate’s Guide to Connecting with Your Colleagues: Trainer’s Manual
By Martin L. Camp ane Barbara B. Miller
A key companion to The Law Firm Associate’s Guide to Connecting with Your Colleagues, this Trainer’s Manual is a fundamental tool for groups and associates both large and small.

Partner Departures and Lateral Moves: A Legal and Ethical Guide
By Geri S. Krauss
Once it was the exception for a partner to leave a firm. Now “the revolving door” of partner departures has been deemed a “modern-day law firm fixture.” What steps can a departing partner or an acquiring firm take to minimize risks and reduce potential liabilities?

The Lawyer’s Guide to CT Summation iBlaze, Second Edition
By Tom O’Connor
This edition explains the program’s system of storing and recalling disparate types of evidence, and walks you through CT Summation’s entire integrated litigation-support product line.

 

About Lindsay Dawson

Lindsay Dawson (@lawpracticetips) is Marketing Manager for Book Publishing at the ABA Law Practice Management Section. A full list of books published by the ABA Law Practice Management section can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/uHTFmO.

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