Books

Create a LinkedIn Action Plan

Excerpted and adapted from LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition by Dennis Kennedy and Allison C. Shields, published by the ABA Law Practice Division. Participation on LinkedIn can help you identify and learn about poten­tial clients, strategic alliances, and referral sources, and these contacts can be a good way to get the word out about what you are doing, build ...

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Now available: “LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition”

One of the ABA’s bestselling books has been fully updated and revised for our readers and members. LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition, reflects significant changes to LinkedIn’s layout and functionality made in the past year. In just one hour, this book will help you: Set up a LinkedIn account Create a robust, dynamic profile—and take advantage of new ...

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Coming Soon: “Legal Project Management in One Hour for Lawyers”

Legal clients are responding to today’s unprecedented financial pressures by demanding better predictability, cost-effectiveness and communication from their outside legal service providers. They give their business to those who can manage legal work efficiently—and take it away from those who can’t or won’t. Legal Project Management in One Hour for Lawyers provides any attorney with practical skills and methods for ...

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Coming soon: “Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers”

LP Publishing’s long awaited Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers by Ernie Svenson is now available for pre-order at a 15% discount. The book will be published later this fall. Most lawyers now encounter PDFs, and many own Adobe Acrobat—the most widely used software for working with PDFs. But most attorneys are confused about how to work efficiently with ...

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Coming Soon: “Personal Branding in One Hour for Lawyers”

With over 1.2 million licensed attorneys in the United States, how do lawyers stand out from their fellow practitioners and get jobs, promotions, clients, and referrals? To survive and thrive, lawyers must develop their own intentional personal brand to distinguish themselves from the competition. In Personal Branding in One Hour for Lawyers, personal branding expert and experienced attorney Katy Goshtasbi ...

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Coming Soon: “The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013”

Over the years, Ben Schorr’s guides to Microsoft® Office have proven to be some of the most enduring and popular books in LP’s publications catalog. Ben’s latest work, The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft® Outlook 2013, will be a trusted companion to any lawyer who has attempted to reign in an overflowing e-mail inbox or to-do list.  Pre-order your copy today before it ...

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Coming Soon: “LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition”

One of the ABA’s bestselling books has been fully updated and revised for our readers and members. Coming in October, LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition, reflects significant changes to LinkedIn’s layout and functionality made in the past year. In just one hour, this book will help you: Set up a LinkedIn account Create a robust, dynamic profile—and take ...

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Coming soon: “Worldox in One Hour for Lawyers”

Later this year, LPM will publish Worldox in One Hour for Lawyers. Pre-order your copy today for a 15% pre-publication discount! Never lose another document or waste valuable time searching for one. In just one hour, learn how to organize your documents and e-mails electronically with Worldox software. Veteran law-firm technology consult John Heckman reveals what Worldox will do for your firm—and ...

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Juries and Social Media (Free book excerpt from “Social Media as Evidence”)

Excerpted and adapted from Social Media as Evidence: Cases, Practice Pointers, and Techniques, now available from LPM Publishing. The Use of Social Media to Conduct Research on Jurors In addition to researching individual jurors, parties should also consider social media research to discover trends of thought, attitudes, opinions, and the like among the jury pool in the area, particularly in a high profile case. Indeed, ...

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