Our favorite areas of law practice management consulting were strategic planning, practice group management, conflict resolution, organization, time management and improving the overall efficiency of a practice. For several years, Sarah taught the Law Practice Management class at the Missouri School of Law, and numerous presented programs on Law Practice Management for The Missouri Bar. Below are some resources


Time Management

Individual attorneys worked with Sarah to improve their time management, organizational, project management, and communication skills, assess their career goals and make positive changes. You can read this overview on how to build a system or download a guide to help you set goals here. A more comprehensive look at time management as a form of leadership can be found here.


Good communication between clients and lawyers builds the trust that is required in a successful law practice. Read more about the basics of attorney-client communication here, and more about avoiding or resolving conflicts with clients here. And as you think about what clients NOT to take, learn from the experience of others here.

Law Practice Management Links

These links to law practice management resources may answer many questions for you!


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