The horrible truth is, you're running a business

Brill, James E.
March 1979
American Bar Association Journal;Mar1979, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p388
Academic Journal
Focuses on the organization of a law office in the United States. Call on lawyers to conduct their activities on a more businesslike basis; Importance of lawyer competence; Remarks on the issue during the First National Conference on Law Office Economics and Management held in 1965; Goals in organizing a law office; Elements key to maintaining the efficiency of a business system.


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