Stop Putting Out Fires

Building a More Efficient and Profitable Law Practice
Narrated by: Thomas Cocchi
Length: 4 hrs and 16 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Have happier clients. Get better results. Make more money. 

You can have a more efficient and profitable law practice by being a better manager of your clients, cases, and practice. When we are disorganized, we waste time and resources. Stop Putting Out Fires will help you build a more productive practice by focusing on three areas: 

  1. Have happier clients by better understanding their needs and establishing strong relationships. 
  2. Get better results through more effective case management and litigation strategies. 
  3. Make more money - not by working more hours - but by setting goals and working more effectively.  

Stop Putting Out Fires is an indispensable resource for any lawyer who wants to be more productive, capture more billable time, and learn from the hard-earned lessons of others.

©2019 Jeremy W. Richter (P)2019 Jeremy W. Richter

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probably better if you work at a big firm

I just went on my own and got a couple of books to help get my mind in the right place and get off on the right foot. I really liked the beginning of the book but a huge chunk of The Middle was really focused on large law firms I thought. then had some good information at the end but was not exactly what I was looking for.

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