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Accounting for Attorneys- Helping Yourself, Helping Your Client

Publication Year: September 14, 2006   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- Basics of Financial Statements
 Chapter Two- Setting up an Accounting System for Your Law Practice
 Chapter Three- Internal Controls and Fraud Prevention in Your Law Office
 Chapter Four- Budgeting for Lawyers
 Chapter Five- A How Accounting Professionals Can Be Utilized to Help Your Client and Your Case- Family Law
 Chapter Five- B How Accounting Professionals Can Be Utitlized to Help Your Client and Your Case- Business Valuation
 Chapter Five- C How Accounting Professionals Can Be Utitlized to Help Your Client and Your Case- Lost Profits and Damages
 Chapter Five- D How Accounting Professionals Can Be Utitlized to Help Your Client and Your Case
 Chapter Five- E The Use of Accountants and Cpas as Experts and Using Accounting Expert Witnesses at Trial