Small Business and Practice Management for Paralegals
Rebecca Jaremenko Bromwich
NOTE: This text was published in 2010 and therefore refers to the LSO’s Paralegal Rules of Conduct as they appeared in 2010. The Rules have since been amended. For an up-to-date text on the subject, please refer to Practice Management for Paralegals.
One of the only works to meet the current Ontario LSUC regulations for paralegals, Small Business and Practice Management for Paralegals outlines the basic requirements of establishing and operating a paralegal business. This manual helps students and legal professionals understand the steps involved in the start-up of a business and the legal requirements of self-employment and business ownership. In a clear and user-friendly format, This work presents the details of a successful business plan. Bromwich clearly outlines marketing strategies, rule sof conduct with clients, business regulatory issues, including name registration, business records, taxes, insurance, zoning, and licensing, as well as key financial issues.
Practice Management/Operating a Small Business/Professional Ethics and Practice