Limited Scope legal representation is becoming more and more popular with lawyers these days; at a basic level, it’s when a lawyer only handles certain parts of a client’s case, with the client taking care of the other parts.    One of the lawyers thinking about this is M. Lewis Kinard, from Texas.  He wrote a book, Start and Grow Your Limited Scope Practice:  How to Make Money Serving the DIY Client, and his blog Limited Scope Practice is a companion to that book.  Recent posts have covered topics that include deciding the limited scope services you will offer, saving money on software, and “canning” your advice, among others.