Finance and Accounting Principles for Lawyers
April 26, 2013
More and more, knowing and understanding the fundamentals of accounting and finance principles is becoming a requisite for lawyers. This session, geared specifically for practicing attorneys, will teach you the basics of accounting and how to read the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. You’ll learn about fraud and manipulation as well as Sarbanes-Oxley and how lawyers are impacted.
This is an interactive session with an opportunity to ask questions, review case studies and complete problem sets that will help make the concepts clear and relevant. Lawyers who have attended these sessions have given them rave reviews, praising how clearly and simply the concepts were explained and taught.
BARBRI has introduced this new professional development offering, exclusively for legal professionals, to help them broaden their business acumen in order to better serve their clientele. Our financial skills courses help lawyers truly understand financial concepts, allowing them to “speak the language” of their clients. Courses are relevant for attorneys in all practice areas and for all levels, from associate to partner. Courses are accredited for CLE. Visit www.onedaymba.org to learn more.