Chapter 1: Making legal project management work – a custom approach inspired by Einstein 
By Meredith Wise Mendes, executive director and chief operating officer of Jenner & Block
Chapter 2: Innovations in legal project management – a law firm case study that focuses on client needs
By Randall Brater and Katie Heilman, practicing lawyers at Arent Fox LLP
Chapter 3: Putting legal project management principles into practice for M&A
By Bryan S Kalogerou, partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP, and Dennis J White, senior counsel at Verrill Dana LLP
Chapter 4: Innovations in professional development for legal project development skills
By Todd Hutchison, founder and leader of the International Institute of Legal Project Management
Chapter 5: Daily management – meetings that matter
By Thomas Agostinelli, director of practice management at Butler Snow LLP
Chapter 6: Increasing profits with LPM practices
By Kathleen Thompson, formerly senior manager of client value and matter at BakerHostetler
Chapter 7: Close collaboration drives successful outcomes
By Kevin Bielawski and Lann Wasson, director and associate director of legal project management at Husch Blackwell
Chapter 8: Legal service delivery innovation
By Sam Davenport and Brian Fanning, director of legal business solutions and director of practice economics at Davis Wright Tremaine
Chapter 9: How law departments use LPM to improve the corporate bottom line
By Aileen Leventon, principal of Edge International management