oa De Rebus - The role of the bookkeeper or office manager in a small practice

Volume 1999, Issue 372
  • ISSN : 0250-0329



Many small law practices and sole practitioners are forced, because of their structure and limited resources, to rely heavily on their bookkeepers. Again, for the same reasons, many bookkeepers act also as office managers and administrators. Furthermore, because their function is not one likely to generate fee income, they are taken for granted and regarded by many staff members (and partners as well), as only a necessary overhead. Frequently their responsibilities and duties are ill-defined and their role underestimated.

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