What Readers Are Saying about Building a Better Law Practice
Founder of LawyerSmack and Associates Mind
"Small steps can lead to big change. For lawyers who want to improve their career, Jeremy's book is full of these small steps. A few minutes a day with this book will help put you on the right path to growing your career."
"Jeremy does a great
job explaining how we lawyers can improve our work product and the quality of
the services we provide our clients. It's a breezy, well-written read,
with the right mix of practical tips and anecdotes. Whenever I read a law
practice book I ask myself two questions - Will this book make me a better
lawyer and will my clients thank me for reading this book? The answer to
both questions is a strong yes."
"Building a Better Law Practice is written by a lawyer just like you. Mild-mannered, quietly knowledgeable and generous, Jeremy Richter wrote an unassuming book that will save you years of grief without interrupting your day. Buy it. Take the five minutes a day to read it. You’ll thank me later."
"Jeremy Richter has written a charming and easy-to-read guide about how to have a better law practice. Surprisingly, this book is not just for young lawyers ... even seasoned lawyers who are mid-to-late career will find refreshing tip after tip about how to do it better. I highly recommend this book. You will enjoy every page."
Podcaster and Research Librarian at Santa Clara University School of Law
"Some of the
best advice in Jeremy Richter’s devotional to law practice boils down to: 1)
don’t lose your sense of humor, 2) common sense and work ethic are just as
important in the long run as your knowledge of caselaw, 3) see Number 1. But
don’t take my word for it: read the book!"
Jeremy W. Richter practices civil defense litigation in Birmingham, Alabama. He discovered early in his practice that managing cases is only half the battle in the practice of law. Building and maintaining relationships with clients is equally important. Jeremy has set out to innovate ways to develop client relationships and improve methods for achieving efficient and effective results. In addition to this book, you can read more of Jeremy's ideas on his law blog.