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MARKETING the LAW FIRM

February 2012

The Fannie Mae Law Firm?

By Silvia Hodges

Law firm failure starts when firms attribute their success to their own superior qualities and become dogmatic about their specific practices, failing to question their relevance when conditions change.

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