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Law Office Management
But running a business is exactly
what you will need to do as a
The WSBA Law Office Management
Assistance Program (LOMAP) is here to
assist you with laying the foundation
for your new practice — setting goals,
obtaining business licenses, obtaining
services, obtaining technology
resources, learning software, and
setting up workflow systems.
LOMAP is a resource for all WSBA
members, offering low-cost and
confidential professional assistance.
You went to
law school to
practice law, not
run a business.