Chapters include: Defining Professionalism, Education Preparation, Certification and Accreditation, The Essential Library, Ethical Standards, Executing Contracts, Copyright and Fair Use, Alternative Careers, Structuring a Business, Setting Realistic Fees, Marketing Strategies, Business Record Keeping, Time Management, Problem Analysis and Research Plans, Research Procedures, Transcripts and Abstracts, Evidence Analysis, Research Reports, Genealogy Columns, Proof Arguments and Case Studies, Book and Media Reviews, Record Compilations, Family Histories, Lineage Papers, Editing Periodicals, Proofreading and Indexing, Preparing Books for Press, Classroom Teaching and Lecturing.
Elizabeth Shown Mills, ed., Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers, and Librarians (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2001). Hardcover, 654 pages.
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