The Lending Library offers a variety of books on various topics to assist attorneys in the improvement of their practice. Members in good standing are welcome to browse the Lending Library material below.
You may borrow up to three titles per lending period and may pick your order up at the LSBA Bar Center or have your order delivered to you.
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The Road to Independence: 101 Womens' Journeys to Starting their Own Law Firms, Karen Lockwood, Editor.
The ABA's Commission on Women in the Profession was formed to address issues relative to obstacles women face at law firms - including high rates of attrition, compensation disparties and underrepresentation in equity partnehip ranks. In response to these issues, women are increasingly opting to create their own firms. This book is a cimplilation of 101 letters from women who have taken the courageous and difficult step of creating a law firm of their own, either as a solo or wtih others.
Electronic Discovery for Small Cases: Managing Digital Evidence and ESI by Bruce A. Olson and Tom O'Connor.
As organizations create increasing amouns of digital data, electronic discovery costs for lawyers can skyrocket. For firms with limited technology budgets, or cases with small amounts of electronically stored information (ESI), e-discovery can be challenging. This book offers effective, budget-friendly solutions for collecting, viewing, and analysing electronic evidence that will benefit any litigator.
Passing the Torch without Getting Burned: A Guide to Law Firm Retirement and Succession Planning by Peter A. Giuliani.
For law firms, succession is a fact of life: Founding partners retire, rainmkaers depart, and in the meantime, client relationships must be preserved. This book is a comprehensive examination of the key economic issues typically encountered by law firms when they consider how partners end their careers, as they inevitably must. The author is an experienced law firm management consultant, illustrates common retirement issues and their resolution through real life case studfies from his years of consulting experience.
Parallel Proceedings: Navigating Multiple Case Litigation by Miriam F. Weismann.
The term parallel proceedings refers to the simultaneous or successive investigation or litigation of separate criminal, civil, or administrative proceedings commenced by different agencies, different branches of government, or private litigants arising out of a common set of facts. This book serves as a central repository of statutes, case law, Department of Justice Policy, federal agency policy, litigation strategy and ethical considerations involving the investigation, prosecution and resolution of parallel proceedings.
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