Lawyerist.com: Planning For What You Did Last Summer

April 14, 2010

At some point in our educational careers, we have all returned to school in September and been directed to write an essay titled “What I Did Last Summer.” And we have all had the same first thought: Nothing. I did nothing all summer. Read this article over at Lawyerist.com >

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Planning For What You Did Last Summer

April 14, 2010

If you are a first or second-year law student, you cannot afford to return to school in September without a long list of the things you did this summer to better position yourself to ultimately get a job in this tough economy.

Planning For What You Did Last Summer was originally published on Lawyerist.com.

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Planning For What You Did Last Summer

April 14, 2010

At some point in our educational careers, we have all returned to school in September and been directed to write an essay titled “What I Did Last Summer.â€� And we have all had the same first thought: Nothing. I did nothing all summer. If you are a first or second-year law student, you cannot afford […]

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Planning For What You Did Last Summer is a post from the law firm marketing blog, Lawyerist.com

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Lawyerist.com: Pssst, Buddy—Wanna Buy a Client?

February 4, 2010

Running a successful law practice is all about getting clients. One way is by building a referral network, a frequent topic on Lawyerist. Another way is by advertising, such as in the yellow pages. As traditional advertising methods wane, lawyers are getting excited by new methods of attracting clients through the internet. All those potential […]

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Pssst, Buddy—Wanna Buy a Client?

February 4, 2010

As traditional advertising methods wane, lawyers are getting excited by new methods of attracting clients through the internet. All those potential clients out there, yearning to find the lawyer of their dreams — all they need is a little encouragement. A little channelling. A system of connecting clients with lawyers. And lawyers will be eager to pay to have pre-screened clients sent their way — as long as they do not violate any ethics rules.

Pssst, Buddy—Wanna Buy a Client? was originally published on Lawyerist.com.

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Pssst, Buddy—Wanna Buy a Client?

February 4, 2010

Running a successful law practice is all about getting clients. One way is by building a referral network, a frequent topic on Lawyerist. Another way is by advertising, such as in the yellow pages. As traditional advertising methods wane, lawyers are getting excited by new methods of attracting clients through the internet. All those potential […]

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Pssst, Buddy—Wanna Buy a Client? is a post from the law firm marketing blog, Lawyerist.com

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Lawyerist.com: A family and friends plan for your law firm

November 17, 2009

A family member or close friend calls you one day with a “quick” question. Seems she has a dispute with a neighbor or she just got denied a promotion or she needs to tell the renter of her duplex to stop smoking in his unit. She knows you are really busy but was wondering if […]

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A Family and Friends Plan for Your Law Firm

November 17, 2009

What should you do when friends and family want you to give them legal advice?

A Family and Friends Plan for Your Law Firm was originally published on Lawyerist.com.

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A Family and Friends Plan for Your Law Firm

November 17, 2009

A family member or close friend calls you one day with a “quick” question. Seems she has a dispute with a neighbor or she just got denied a promotion or she needs to tell the renter of her duplex to stop smoking in his unit. She knows you are really busy but was wondering if […]

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A Family and Friends Plan for Your Law Firm is a post from the law firm marketing blog, Lawyerist.com

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Lawyerist.com: Stop bashing BigLaw

October 26, 2009

As I surf around the blawgosphere, I have noticed that it seems to be in vogue for solo and small firm attorneys to take potshots at large law firms. If one read only the solo blawgs, it would seem all large law firms are lumbering, inefficient, selfish behemoths, so knocked off balance by this recession […]

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