Accounting for the Law Office clearly explains the complete
accounting cycle as it applies to the law office. From business transactions
to financial statements, the accounting process is explained with practical
examples and self-review exercises. The text includes coverage of trust
fund accounting and trust fund reconciliation. Essential definitions and
concepts are presented and reinforced in a practical, non-threatening
approach. The text includes a discussion of taxes, special journals, internal
control, petty cash and comprehensive coverage of bank reconciliations.
Ample exercises and problems of unique law office situations help reinforce
the concepts. Coil
bound. 400+ pages. Fourth Edition.
to Accompany Practical Accounting for the Law Office includes
forms and solutions for Self-Review Exercises and journal and ledger forms
for all Exercises and Problems. Facilitates students' understanding and
eases instructor's marking task.
Give your legal assistant students a chance to work with situations they
will encounter in a law office. Includes source documents
for general and trust account transactions for one month in an established
law office. Opening balances are entered in general, accounts receivable,
accounts payable and trust ledgers for efficiency in processing. By request,
the simulation can be packaged without ledgers for use with legal accounting
The combination of Practical Accounting for the Law Office, Working Papers to Accompany Practical Accounting for the Law Office and Kathryn Stanstead, Barrister & Solicitor, An Accounting Simulation for the Law Office helps your students be fully prepared for bookkeeping duties in the legal environment.
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