Conducting a Managerial Audit   - Blumberg Blog

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Audits have been used since ancient times to protect assets and assure financial reports. During the 1900's, the use of audits expanded to reviews of management practices. Managerial audits help organizations avoid malpractice by assessing procedures and processes. Law firms of all sizes can use managerial audits to implement best practices in the office and the courtroom. Read on to learn more about managerial audits and resources for conducting one at your firm.

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