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May 20, 2013

Today’s publication of the third edition of the LPM Quick Reference Guide

The first two editions of my Legal Project Management Quick Reference Guide were purchased by firms with over 85,000 lawyers.  Today we are publishing the third edition, which adds over 100 pages of new tools and templates that law firms are using to increase client satisfaction, new business, and profitability.

Last February, I published Legal Project Management, Pricing, and Alternative Fee Arrangements to explain WHY firms are focusing on these new areas.  This 226-page Quick Reference Guide is a companion volume and is the only book that explains HOW to implement LPM.

A number of sections were written by 13 contributing authors, including lawyers that have been leading the LPM movement at such firms as Squire Sanders, Morgan Lewis, McDermott Will & Emery, and Valorem. The book also includes a complete list of the readings and assignments from our Certified Legal Project Manager® program.  Readers of this third edition can now complete much of this program on their own, without signing up for certification.

See the book’s description on our web page for reviews by noted experts a description of what’s new in the third edition, and a downloadable free excerpt.

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