Attorneys need to function as entrepreneurs from the day they gain admittance to the bar. Yet lawyers do not learn about client acquisition during their studies, even though it is an essential part of their future career. Most attorneys experience client acquisition as time-consuming and complex, as contingent upon talent and chance, as a tedious obligation, or as a form of door-to-door salesmanship. This volume provides a structured system for client acquisition that is subordinate to your firm’s objectives.
In addition to the report on personal experiences, this autobiography is an important document of contemporary history. The book has an extensive appendix of documents and archives.