Is starting your own private practice right for you?
Starting up a solo or small firm has its own unique financial, technical
and practical concerns, but beginning a practice also has its own set of
rewards, fulfillment and accomplishments.
But to maximize your chance for success, you must have a plan. Whether
you are considering a change or are a recent law school
graduate—this program will help you explore your
Accounts is a handy
reference for newly admitted and seasoned attorneys and their clients.
It comprehensively covers the most common situations where attorneys
handle client funds and clearly discusses the legal and ethics issues
encountered in handling clients’
introduction to Attorney Escrow
Accounts, Hon. Howard A. Levine noted, “For the first time,
attorneys will be able to turn to a single volume to find a concise yet
thorough exposition of their legal and ethical obligations in connection
with the control and disposition of clients’
funds. Attorney Escrow Accounts: Rules, Regulations and Related
Topics will be a
reference work widely used by both new and experienced
The Second Edition provides an expanded discussion of
related issues and updated case and statutory law, as well as a more
comprehensive appendix featuring relevant statutes, rules and ethics