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In an effort to make educational and research materials available to all of our members, the ALA Boston Chapter maintains a lending library. The materials collected to date consists of the books purchased from the ALA National website and recordings of webinars sponsored by the Boston Chapter. You will find a listing below.
We will add to the lending library as materials become available. Some of us may have volumes on our shelves that we no longer use as reference, but that same information may be new to other members. With that in mind, we ask that you consider donating your reference books and other materials to the collection. Join us in this effort to share our resources and assist our fellow members. The Lending Library collection is currently held at the office of Eric Cordes. Please request your selection by emailing Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collecting Your Fee: Getting Paid from Intake to Invoice
Job Descriptions for Law Firms: A Guide for Administrators
Inspiring Stories and Strategies for Building the People Side of Great Business
Aligning the Stars: How to Succeed When Professionals Drive Results
Maister - Managing the Professional Services Firm
ALA asked and you answered: What do you do to stand out as an employer? What makes your staff and attorneys want to come to work every day? Read about the events, activities, special recognitions and other best practices in place at some of your peers’ firms and discover ways to foster a culture of integrity, caring and camaraderie. From food fests to a “respectful workplace” policy, you’re sure to find something here that will help you make your firm an extraordinary place to work! Edited by Sue Umbdenstock and Rosemary Shiels 92 pages. Softcover.
Think Twice! How to Recognize and Avoid Risk in Decision-Making (Harvard Business Review)
ALA Annual Conference- New Orleans (May 2009)