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LAW FIRM PARTNERSHIP & BENEFITS REPORT

November 1, 2010

Social Media Marketing

Worth the Risk?

By Jessica Brown and Scott Campbell

There are good reasons to believe that social media represents the next frontier in effective legal marketing, and many competitors have already hit the ground running. What do you need to know?

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