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Posted on: Jun 17, 2021

Could it be true? Jeremy W. Richter, an attorney with a civil defense practice in Alabama, writes in his book “Building a Better Law Practice: Become a Better Lawyer in Five Minutes a Day” that reading one topic per day, “over about seven weeks, at the time cost of about 0.1 hours per day, you will have collected dozens of strategies for developing an efficient and collaborative practice that will set the foundation for good relationships with your clients.”

The book covers a variety of topics from managing client relationships to improving your legal writing, and provides the reader with one strategy for improvement a day. 

You can read more in the ABA’s article and interview of Richter on “How to be a better lawyer in just a few minutes a day.”

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