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Publisher's Summary

Let’s be honest - traditional small firm law practice is not working very well. Too many small firm lawyers struggle to make ends meet, get clients, meet clients’ expectations, or they wrestle with mental health issues or substance abuse. Meanwhile, there is a huge gap between those who need legal help and those who can get it. But it doesn’t have to be that way. 

We can build better firms, be more effective with our clients, enjoy better health and a greater sense of fulfillment, and make a bigger impact on our communities.

With the client-centric law firm management model in The Small Firm Roadmap, you’ll see that getting started is easier than you think. The team from Lawyerist.com - Aaron Street, Sam Glover, Stephanie Everett, and Marshall Lichty - will help you gain clarity around your career and firm goals and identify successful strategies for starting, managing, and growing a thriving future-oriented law firm. 

If you’re ready to do great work that supports a great life, this audiobook is for you.

©2019 Lawyerist (P)2019 Lawyerist

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Basic business advice with an anti-white slant

The book does have some basic business advice that would help a lawyer who knows nothing on running a business. However, it is hard to support a book that says “there will be fewer and fewer white people in America and Canada, and that’s a good thing.” There were quite a few statements throughout the book discussing how ‘less white people’ is better. The anti-white bias in this book is off-putting. There are plenty of other books with better business advice that don’t promote the destruction of white countries.

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Pretty Good

It was pretty good. I suppose my expectations were too high, regarding more detail on specific resources, software, hardware, tech. etc.

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