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Checklists for Lawyers: Presented by Frank Ramos

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Date Published

June 5, 2020


Mecklenburg County Bar


General, Practice Management


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In any practice area, everything we do as lawyers is based on a process, whether it’s developing a referral network, improving our legal writing, taking depositions, or cross-examining a witness. Every professional activity we undertake can be reduced to a checklist that any attorney can follow. Attorney Frank Ramos’s book The Practice and Process of Law: Checklists for Every Occasion compiles dozens of checklists that serve as step-by-step outlines for the tasks that lawyers tackle every day—checklists for both the business side and the practice of law, geared toward litigators and trial lawyers, from client intake to closing argument, from law firm management to work-life balance. If you are interested in being better at planning ahead, being more efficient, and improving your work product, this CLE is for you. You can purchase Frank’s book on the American Bar Association’s website.

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Checklists for Lawyers - Video
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