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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Practice Management Handbook 2nd ed isbn 9781853287886

Practice Management Handbook

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ISBN13: 9781853289156
ISBN: 1853289159
New Edition ISBN: 9781853287886
Published: July 2004
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



The driving force behind today's law firms are innovative, yet achievable, strategies. This book demonstrates how to develop and implement strategic plans for every aspect of the firm. Managers will be able to delve into the relevant chapter and find practical ideas which will help them tackle fundamental issues.

Adapting to change is a theme that runs through the whole of the book, clearly demonstrating how firms can survive and prosper by adapting to the regulatory, technological and client-driven changes going on around them. Supported by time-saving precedents and checklists, it gives practical advice on how to compete effectively and successfully.

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Subjects:
Legal Practice Management
Contents:
1. Strategic planning, Peter Scott; 2. Management structure, Mel Scott, Cranfield School of Management; 3. Managing people, Phil Gotts, People-ism; 4. The principles of marketing, Gavin Ingham-Brooke, Spada; 5. Ebusiness, Kevin Doolan, Eversheds; 6. Client relationship management, Robert Pay and Rosemarie Ghazhourus, Jaffe; 7. Knowledge management, Heather Robinson, Bevan Ashford; 8. Risk management, Angela Deavall, Director, AFP Consulting; 9. Financial management, William Barnes, Clifford Chance; 10. Information technology, Brian Blackwell, Practical Solutions for Lawyers; 11. Partnership issues, Stephen Ralph, Dawsons;