Some of my friends have convinced me that, because the manuscript is finished and with the book designer and the cover design has been chosen, it’s time that I announce the upcoming publication of my new book on innovation in law. I tend to be cautious about announcing things, so I’m just “pre-announcing” now.
The book is called “Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law: A Practical Guide for Law Firms, Law Departments and other Legal Organizations.” The only thing that might change is that I’m toying with the idea of putting law departments before law firms. However, I’m inclined to call it done and not overthink things.
Based on the current timeline, the book should publish via Amazon later this month. The price is not finalized, but I want the book priced to sell, not priced like a law book. And I wanted it to be easily available as an ebook.
I’ll talk more about the book soon, but I had been looking for a good practical book that covered innovation in law. I couldn’t find what I wanted. In a sign that I really am a writer at heart, I decided that, if the book didn’t exist, I’d go ahead and write the book I wanted. The book will be one of the first releases from the Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory.
You can preview some of what’s in the book in this FREE PDF download “57 Tips for Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law.”
And, yes, I do want to find some people willing to read the book and write reviews. If that might be you, please reach out to me.
One more thing. Yes, there will be another book being published at about the same time. More about that in another post.
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