If you've read any of the other E-Myth books, then you have an idea of Gerber's philosophy. But what makes this edition so interesting is that the authors have found a way to apply Gerber's "new-thinking" to an age-old practice. The legal field has always been one that's steeped in traditions - so much so that the concepts of business management and law firm marketing are often pushed aside to focus on the more technical aspects of practicing law.
But in The E-Myth Attorney, Gerber partners with legal entrepreneurs Robert Armstrong and Sanford M. Fisch to demonstrate how important these concepts truly are to the success of your firm.
Using clear examples and insightful storytelling, the authors show you the difference between "working on the business" and "working in the business", making a solid case for re-thinking the way you practice law.
Forget working more hours, taking more cases and billing more time - if you've ever thought you'd like your law practice to be "more" than what it is now, this is the book for you.