Setting Up and Managing a Small Practice: A Guide for Solicitors

Setting Up and Managing a Small Practice: A Guide for Solicitors

by Martin Smith (Author)

Synopsis

This authoritative guide shows how a small practice can and will succeed if the right paths are chosen. Written using the author's own experiences of setting up and running a successful sole practice, the book offers straightforward, realistic and cost-effective advice. This edition has been fully updated with topics such as limited liability partnerships, multi-disciplinary partnerships, e-banking technology and client care. Its logical structure mirrors the steps involved in establishing a small practice, starting with decisions about location, finance and insurance through to marketing and expansion.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 288
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
Publisher: The Law Society
Published: 21 May 2002

ISBN 10: 185328792X
ISBN 13: 9781853287923

Author Bio
Martin Smith is the founding partner of Martin Smith & Co based in Hertfordshire. He qualified with London sole practitioner Duke Cohan & Co in 1976 and then moved to Park Nelson becoming a partner in 1980. He set up his own firm in 1988 and specialises in litigation. He has handled many high profile cases and appeared many times on both radio and television.