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Practice Management Advisory Service

Practice Management Advisory Service Lending Library Listing

Available Resources Listed By Subject.


Client Relations/Communications


Ewalt, Henry W., and Andrew W. Ewalt. (2008).


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


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


How to Get and Keep Good Clients, Second edition. Beverly Hills: Foonberg Law.


Kambrod, M. R. (2007). How to Get and Keep Good Clients, Second edition. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press.


Denney, R. (1991). Keeping Happier Clients: How to Build and Improve Client Relations.


O'Malley, Robert E. et al. (1998). Keeping Happier Clients: How to Build and Improve Client Relations.


Ewalt, H. W. (2002). Through the Client’s Eyes: New Approaches to Get Clients to Hire You Again and Again, Second edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Ewalt, Henry W. and Andrew W. Ewalt. (2008). Through the Client’s Eyes: New Approaches to Get Clients to Hire You Again and Again, Third edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.


Ewalt, Henry W., and Andrew W. Ewalt. (2008). Through the Client’s Eyes: New Approaches to Get Clients to Hire You Again and Again, Third edition.


Munneke, Gary A. and Ann L. MacNaughton, ed. (2001). Through the Client’s Eyes: New Approaches to Get Clients to Hire You Again and Again, Third edition. Chicago: American Bar Association.