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This comprehensive guide includes 55 chapters of practical information gathered from authorities nationwide, and gives solos as well as small firms all the information needed to build a successful practice.
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"Flying Solo is a highly readable survival manual. This book is a collection of the best information and practice management tips geared specifically to the solo practitioner -- and I highly recommend it." General Practice newsletter of the Illinois State Bar Association
"This is the type of book for which I will set aside time to re-read certain articles. It will have a permanent place in my library." Arthur T. McDermott, sole practitioner, Carlisle, PA
"I strongly recommend this book to any lawyer. The astute firm lawyer, whether associate or owner, will study and practice each of the subjects and skills discussed in Flying Solo." Terry V. Broughton, Fort Myers, FLAbout the Author:
Editor Jeffrey R. Simmons is a partner in the Phoenix office of DeConcini, McDonald, Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. He is the editor of Life, Law and the Pursuit of Balance: A Lawyer’s Guide to Quality of Life (Maricopa County Bar Association, 1996) and contributing editor to Changing Jobs, Third Edition (American Bar Association, 1999). Simmons has served as president of the State Bar of Arizona Young Lawyers Division, member of the State Bar of Arizona Board of Governors, and publications chair of the ABA Young Lawyers Division, and was a member of the ABA Law Practice Management Section’s publishing board.
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Book Description American Bar Association. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1570736820 Ships promptly from Texas. Seller Inventory # Z1570736820ZN
Book Description American Bar Association, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1570736820