•Law practice is a
business and a profession. Businesses need environments and
procedures that are geared toward productivity and profitability.
•The skills that it takes to run a
business aren’t the same skills it takes to practice law. Running business
require to tackle different problems than practicing law.
•This module on Practice
Management aims at introducing DLP candidates to the practice of Law Firms. The
trainees will be equipped with advanced of Perspectives of Practice Management.
•This module should enable
trainees to identify Practice Management issues and factors that affect Lawyers
in the setting up and management of their Law Firms and how to address them.
teaching method is interactive.
teaching is basically just giving students something to do, getting back what
they have done, and then assimilating it themselves.
I. Access to the profession of
advocate & Practice modalities
II. Advocates professional ethics
& disciplinary procedures
III. Setting up a law firm, Law
firm management and Law firm marketing
IV. Dealing with clients, clients
care, and clients’ money
V. EAC establishment