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MARKETING the LAW FIRM

January 2013

Firm Marketing Initiatives: Trends We See for 2013

By Bruce Alltop and Craig Brown

When lawyers no longer feel they are at a place that can support and reward the ambitions they have for their practice, they head for the door.

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