Time Management Handbook for Lawyers puts time-saving tips in a lawyers hands for just about every aspect of a lawyers work life. Topics include Personal Organization, Managing Interruptions, Delegating, Client Communications and Billing, Matter Management, Producing Documents, and Meetings with clients and matter teams. Practical steps a lawyer can put to immediate use make up the 74 time-saving ideas in 14 chapters. Each time-saving idea is explained clearly including why it works and how to implement it.You will learn when and how to professionally exercise your right to be unavailable, and how to professionally decline when you must without offending. The books 194 pages are chock-full of clear descriptions and examples to make it an easy reference, sprinkled with 17 supporting figures. There are 47 pages of check lists, sample documents, and practical scripts for immediate use. Each tactic description explains clearly how it saves time, reduces stress, improves client relations, or helps you find time to repurpose to whatever you like. Most readers will be able to find ways to reduce the number of work hours required to meet income goals. In short, this book can help you regain that feeling of being on top of things!