The Bottom Line
LPMT is the only section exclusively devoted to the practical aspects of starting, growing, and prospering in your law practice. Each issue of The Bottom Line offers practical tips to further the knowledge of our members in law office administration, financial management, legal ethics, time management, marketing a law practice, office systems and procedures and law office technology.
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Message from the Editors
From the October 2015 issue.
By Mike Fenger, Esq. and Cynthia Mascio, ACP, CEDS
This issue, we have two new articles: Going Digital: A Step-by-Step Approach on How to Make the Change, Part Two, by Neil Pedersen (MCLE Self-Study Credit-1 hour), and Report on the ILTACON, by Jeffrey Bennion (that’s the International Legal Technology Association Convention). We also have two articles from the archives that are still relevant today: Business Travel Security Holes, by Robert Brownstone (The Bottom Line, Volume 32, No. 5, October 2011), and Burying the Billable Hour: Eight Steps to Implementing Value Pricing in Your Firm, by Ronald J. Baker (The Bottom Line, Volume 33, No. 4, August 2012). We hope you find them useful.
Our next issue, available in December, will be our all-MCLE issue. As always, we welcome article submissions from our members and from non-members alike. If you are interested in writing in The Bottom Line, send your proposed topic to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you’re the guidelines for articles and arrange for a deadline.
Michael Fenger and Cynthia Mascio
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