Here is your June 2017 Family Lawyer Magazine e-Newsletter!
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In this issue:
- Client Relations
Crafting an Attorney-Client Agreement
By P. Mars Scott, Family Lawyer
Among your well-written briefs, checklists, witness questions, and timelines, the most important document in your client’s file may be the attorney-client agreement.
- Business Coaching
Good Work Alone Won’t Grow Your Business
By Michael Hammond, Practice Advisor
Attorneys who believe good work always translates into business have a naïve approach to marketing. Successful rainmakers use referral-based marketing in a purposeful, consistent way.
- Practice Management
5 Strategies to Increase Productivity
By Ozan Varol, Law Professor & Consultant
Five key strategies that the most effective lawyers use to increase their productivity.
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
Making a Mess a Bigger Mess
By Wendy Williamson, Lawyer and Mediator
Is it possible to use fairness, integrity, and civility to deflect and de-escalate antagonistic behavior of opposing counsel?
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