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Law Is Not Just an Art, It Is a Business

Most lawyers really like their craft. They take pride in knowing the ins and outs of the tomes of government policy and procedure, and in using their knowledge to help their clients. However, law is not just an art, lawyers must pay bills too. Whether they like it or not, most lawyers run what amounts to a small business. To run a small business well lawyers need to know about marketing, finance, fee-setting, disaster management and many other business issues in addition to knowing the law. A well-run law practice which generates a good profit will in fact free up the time lawyers need to improve their expertise in law. Profits buy you peace-of-mind. However, just as it takes effort to become good at knowing and using the law, it also takes effort to learn how to make good profits in your law practice. Which is why ILW.COM invited Ed Poll to present a telephone seminar on the BUSINESS of law. Ed practiced law for 15 years, and has helped many lawyers (including immigration lawyers) to improve their profits. His advice has helped solo practitioners, small partnerships, and also large firms. This seminar is interactive and full of practical, hands-on tips. In becoming a successful businessperson, you not only help yourself, you also help your employees and customers. Running an efficient business and making a good profit will even free up the time you need to take up deserving cases pro bono. Please click on the links below to learn about this seminar series. Don't delay! The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, April 24th. Click on the links now! (If you have a scheduling conflict, or have any questions, please e-mail seminars@ilw.com for assistance.)

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