Practice Management Article the Best in 2001


AICPA Chairman and CEO Barry C. Melancon presents the Journal of Accountancy’s 2001 Lawler Award for best article of the year to Edward Mendlowitz, CPA, for “ Nine Ways to Make Your Firm More Exciting ” (Mar.01, page 63).

In his article Mendlowitz, a partner of Mendlowitz Weitsen LLP in East Brunswick, New Jersey, explained how his firm energized the workplace to motivate employees and encourage them to share constructive ideas with clients.

Each year, the JofA’s editorial advisers choose a winning article, which earns its author $500 and a commemorative plaque. The award is named after John L. Lawler, a former JofA editor and AICPA senior vice-president.

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