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Project Management for Lawyers 2013
Susan Raridon Lambreth, P. Michael Walker
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Legal Project Management: Transforming Legal Services
Chapter 2. Legal Project Management Grows up
Chapter 3. What is Successful Legal Project Management?
Chapter 4. Six Big Law Firms Get Serious About Legal Project Management
Chapter 5. United Retirement Plan Consultants, Inc. & Porter Wright: Making Fixed Fees Work in a Small Law Department
Chapter 6. Risk Chart
Chapter 7. We are the (Small Law) Champions (of Value-Based Fees)
Chapter 8. Seyfarth Shaw LLP–Legal Project Manager Job Description
Chapter 9. Improve Client Service and Satisfaction Through Global Project and Knowledge Management
Chapter 10. Creating a “Communication Engine” Through Legal Project Management
Chapter 11. KM Struggles to Survive While Legal Project Management Thrives
Chapter 12. Value-Based Legal Services (Not Just Estimating Hours at Standard Rates)
Chapter 13. Tracking Legal Costs with Task Codes:Different Firms Take Different Approaches
Chapter 14. Is It Possible to Turn Lawyers Into Project Managers?…or Will They Crash and Burn?
Chapter 15. Lawyers As Project Managers—an Alternative Path to Partnership?
Chapter 16. Legal Project Manager Job Description
Chapter 17. Effective Budgeting to Provide Cost Predictability & Cost Containment (PowerPoint)
Chapter 18. Legal Project Management—Working with Outside Counsel to Manage Budgets, Timelines and Expectations (PowerPoint)
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