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Trust Accounting in One Hour For Lawyers
by Sheila M. Blackford
Trust accounting is one area that no one can afford to overlook, but busy lawyers don't have time or resources to waste. Lawyers who are leaving their law firms to establish their own solo practice or small firm need this simple primer to fulfill their ethical and fiduciary responsibilities to safeguard the money belonging to their clients. Trust Accounting in One Hour for Lawyers is a practical how-to-book that will guide you quickly from opening your lawyer trust account to properly using it and providing accurate, timely accountings to your clients. In this book, author Sheila M. Blackford, an experienced practice management attorney, shares common sense advice to help busy lawyers and their staff safely and sanely adopt best practices and avoid ethical violations.
Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers
by Ben M. Schorr
Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers answers—in plain English—all of the common questions that lawyers ask when they’re considering if they should migrate their firms to Office 365.
Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers
The legal community is notorious for generating paper--and lots of it. But lawyers can save time and money by transitioning to a paperless office. Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers will show even the most committed paper devotees how to run their law offices digitally.
by Donna S. Neff and Sheila M. Blackford
Google Gmail and Calendar in One Hour for Lawyers
Millions of corporations, small businesses, solo lawyers, large and small law firms, and government agencies have "gone Google." Find out why these organizations moved from hosting their own e-mail servers--and in some cases calendars and documents--to using Google Apps.
by Carol A. Levitt and Mark Rosch
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