Legal professionals are constantly tasked with staying on top of the rising swells of legal practice. Whether diving into new areas of law or wading through complex case law, FindLaw's Mini Guides can help keep attorneys afloat.
FindLaw users may have already stumbled upon these Mini Guides, since they have been featured in FindLaw's legal professional blogs.
Comprehensive Content "To Go"
These guides are chock full of legal information, condensed into comprehensive roadmaps for difficult legal areas. At the same time, FindLaw Mini Guides exist to educate, not overwhelm, and they have been streamlined to fit into any busy professional's schedule.
FindLaw also understands that modern legal professionals aren't tethered to their desks, so Mini Guides are built to travel.
Packaged in a convenient PDF format, FindLaw's Mini Guides can move seamlessly from office desktop to smartphone to tablet. With Mini Guides on the go, an attorney can start brushing up on negotiating liens in her office and still manage to review key issues on her mobile device before mediation.
Mini Guides Offer Invaluable Experience and Depth
And don't let the "mini" name fool you; each of FindLaw's Mini Guides contains an incredibly robust look at a specific practice area.
Each guide was chosen with an eye toward practice areas which are often ignored by other legal resources. These free Mini Guides cover topics which often confront legal professionals:
- Negotiating Liens in Personal Injury Cases
- Counseling the Human Resources Department
- Malpractice Insurance
Not only do FindLaw's Mini Guides offer a free in-depth look into these common practice issues, they provide years of priceless experience from attorneys who focused in these areas. Practical experience and advice that won't be available even in a costly legal primer.
Now lawyers can join consumers in taking advantage of the concentrated, digestible content available in FindLaw's Mini Guide resources.
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