ABA book shows how to build a better law practice

The new American Bar Association book “Building a Better Law Practice: Become a Better Lawyer in Five Minutes a Day” is packed with small steps that lawyers can take to improve their careers and build effective and successful law practices. A few minutes a day with this easy-to-read guide will help seasoned as well as young lawyers improve their careers.

The book eschews flash-in-the-pan gimmicks in favor of stories and vignettes that illustrate proven practices in case management, client development and the daily tasks of being a better lawyer. All lawyers are best served when they are stronger at their craft. “Building a Better Law Practice” helps lawyers effectively manage and communicate with clients, handle cases more efficiently, and become confident in their practice by providing practical and readily implementable systems and suggestions.

Author Jeremy W. Richter is an attorney with Webster, Henry, Lyons, Bradwell, Cohan, & Speagle PC in Birmingham, Ala. He practices civil defense litigation and focuses on commercial auto/trucking litigation, premises liability, general business liability, and various other aspects of insurance defense litigation. Richter blogs about interests ranging from civil litigation, transportation and workers’ compensation to legal history and goal setting. “Building a Better Law Practice: Become a Better Lawyer in Five Minutes a Day” costs $39.95 and can be ordered online at http://shopaba.org.