Practice Management Advisory Service

Practice Management Advisory Service Lending Library Listing

Available Resources Listed Alphabetically by Title.


Titles starting with letters A - D


Wilson, Carol et al. (1994). A Guide to Setting Up and Running Your Law Office: Avoiding Malpractice Through Efficient Office Systems. Lake Oswego: Oregon State Bar Professional Liability Fund.


Newton, F. W. (1994). A Guide to the Basics of Law Practice.


Newton, F. W. (1995). A Guide to the Basics of Law Practice: The Texas Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism.


Newton, F. W. (1995). A Guide to the Basics of Law Practice: The Texas Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism.


Lisnek, P. M. (1993). A Lawyer’s Guide to Effective Negotiation and Mediation. St. Paul: West Publishing Company.


Mack, M. (2008). A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery. Portland: Fios.


Coolidge, Daniel S., and J. Michael Jimmerson. (1996). A Survival Guide for Road Warriors: Essentials for the Mobile Lawyer. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Coolidge, Daniel S., and J. Michael Jimmerson. (1996). A Survival Guide for Road Warriors: Essentials for the Mobile Lawyer. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Association of Legal Administrators Capital Chapter (2006). ALA Capital Chapter, Information Guide & Membership Directory. Washington, DC: Association of Legal Administrators Capital Chapter.


James, C. (1991). Action Steps to Marketing Success: How to Implement Your Marketing Program.


James, C. (1991). Action Steps to Marketing Success: How to Implement Your Marketing Program.


Adobe Creative Team (2006). Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 Classroom in a Book.


New York State Bar Association Attorney Trust Accounts and Law Office Record Keeping (VHS). New York State Bar Association and New York Lawyer's Fund for Client Protection.


Nicholson, Richard W., et al. (1999). Basic Accounting for Lawyers, Fifth edition. Philadelphia: American Law Institute—American Bar Association.


Iezzi, J. G. (2003). Big Firm: A Survivor’s Guide to the Big Law Firm. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Glass, Ben, et al. (2007). Carry Your Own Leash: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Autonomy and Success. Fairfax: Word Association Publishers.


Staudenmaier, H. M. (1999). Changing Jobs: A Handbook for Lawyer's in the New Millenium, Third edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Eisenstein, Yolanda. (2011). Chicago: American Bar Association. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Poll, E. (2003). Collecting Your Fee: Getting Paid from Intake to Invoice. Chicago: American Bar Association.


New York State Bar Association. (1996). Communicating with Your Client. New York State Bar Association.


Riskin, Gerald A.and David H. Maisler. (2005). Compensation Plans for Law Firms, Fifth edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Lawson, J. (1999). Compensation Plans for Law Firms, Fourth edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Cotterman, J. D. (1995). Compensation Plans for Law Firms, Second edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Cotterman, James D., ed. (2001). Compensation Plans for Law Firms, Third edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Cochard, Susan, and Samantha Whiney–Ulane. (1997). Computer Assisted Legal Research: A Guide to Successful Online Searching. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Nelson, N. C. (1996). Connecting with Your Client: Success Through Improving Client Communication Techniques. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Cecil C. Kuhne, I. (2008). Convincing the Judge: Practical Advice for Litigators. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Newton, B. E. (2009). Criminal Litigation and Legal Issues in Criminal Procedure, Third edition. Louisville: National Institute for Trial Advocacy.


Schorr, B. M. (2011). Do It Yourself Public Relations: A Success Guide for Lawyers.