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Join my Practical Law free webinar on growing profitability - Tues, 8/18 at 1:00pm, Eastern

Posted by Jack Bostelman on Aug 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

My Practical Law Company free webinar on growing profitability - Tues., 8/18 at 1:00pm, Eastern

Please join my webinar sponsored by Practical Law Company entitled "Tracking and Growing Your Profitability:  Strategies for Competitive Law Firms". This 75-minute webinar is free to Practical Law subscribers. You may register by clicking here.

From Practical Law's program description:

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More value for clients does not have to equal less profits for law firm partners!

As clients demand more value from their law firms, it is incumbent on firm management to ensure they are providing that value – while maintaining profits. Join Practical Law for a free webinar that will give you tools for:

  • Measuring the right profitability indicators.
  • Reducing costs.
  • Shifting from a revenue-centric view to one focused on profits.
  • Finding your ideal balance on rates, utilization, leverage, expenses, collection and more.

About the Author

Jack Bostelman

Jack Bostelman is the president and principal consultant of KM/JD Consulting LLC. Before founding KM/JD Consulting, Jack practiced law in New York for 30 years as a partner of pre-eminent AmLaw 20 firm Sullivan & Cromwell.

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KM/JD Consulting LLC renders impartial practice management advice to law firms on improving efficiency, increasing profits and reducing risk, emphasizing knowledge strategy.

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Before founding KM/JD Consulting LLC, Jack practiced law in New York for 30 years as a partner of pre-eminent AmLaw 20 firm Sullivan & Cromwell.

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