Volume II is on Human Resources and Fees, Billing, and Collections. Published by the ABA Law Practice Mangement Section, and edited by Gary A. Munneke and Anthony E. Davis, this binder
contains some useful stuff, namely, FORMS. As in the forms one uses to bill clients and ask to get paid with. Or engagement letters. Useful, with accompanying disks or CDs of said forms so that one can properly equip their own law offices with useful bits and pieces of data.

I can’t say the Fees, Billing, and Collection portion of this form provides anything other than the basic information you can learn from elsewhere, such as from reading the Rules of Professional Conduct or creating-your-own-law-practice books, but the beauty of this volume is in the forms, and I’ll review Volume I and III later.