Andrew Elowitt is a prolific writer. His topics range from law firm management to multitasking to stress management. The following is a list of some of his published works. For a complimentary copy of any of the articles list below, please contact us.
The Lawyer’s Guide to Professional Coaching: Leadership, Mentoring & Success. American Bar Association. April 2012. Click here to learn more.
The California Guide to Opening and Managing a Law Office. The State Bar of California. September 2008. (Editorial board member and author or the “Introduction” and “Chapter 3: Creating a Business Plan.”) Click here to learn more.
The California Guide to Growing and Operating a Law Office. The State Bar of California.Fall 2012 (projected). (Editorial board member and author of the Introduction and articles on: “Creating a Strategic Plan for Growth,” “The Need for Both Management and Leadership,” “Delegation – Using Others to Get More Done,” “Avoiding the Traps of Micromanaging and Perfectionism,” “Giving Feedback,” “Using Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence When Managing a Law Firm,” and “Creating a Firm Culture of Trust and Accountability.” Coauthor of articles on “Managing a Law Firm” and “Dealing with Stress and Preventing Burnout.”)
Tough Talk: Six Conversations that Can Make or Break a Law Practice. The Bottom Line. September 2008
A New Approach to Solo & Small Firm Business Plans. OC Lawyer. July 2008
Emotional Intelligence & Lawyering. The Bottom Line. June 2007
Does Multitasking Work? The Bottom Line. April 2006
The Secret to Managing Stress. The Bottom Line. August 2006
The Myth of the Solo Practitioner. The Bottom Line. February 2006
Best Practices: Teleconferences. The Bottom Line. October 2005
End of Engagement Interviews. County Bar Update. December 2005
Getting the Most Out of Employee Feedback. County Bar Update. August 2005
Best Practices: Employee Feedback. The Bottom Line. August 2005
The Marketing Mindset: Unlocking Your Marketing Potential. The Bottom Line. June 2005
Effective Telephone Conferences. County Bar Update. August 2004
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