Contempt and the courtroom
New York State Bar Association, Jan 1, 1996 - Law - 136 pages
EFFECTIVE MARKETING FOR LAWYERS focuses on marketing strategies for small firms & sole practitioners; however, the processes described work in firms of any size. This book will assist practitioners in developing intelligent, effective & ongoing marketing strategies - a necessary adjunct to substantive matters in the increasingly competitive practice of law. Edited by Christine S. Filip, an attorney & experienced marketing consultant, EFFECTIVE MARKETING FOR LAWYERS addresses perhaps the most important subject not taught in law school. A wide range of topics is covered, including personal & firm-wide marketing tactics & strategies, women & minorities as rainmakers, & the use of companies in marketing. Of particular note is a chapter on "The Ethics of Marketing Legal Services," which provides in-depth coverage of New York State's regulatory requirements as well as the effect of the Supreme Court's decision in FLORIDA BAR. To order EFFECTIVE MARKETING FOR LAWYERS, please call 1-800-582-2452 to charge your order, or mail your check or money order to: New York State Bar Association, CLE Publications, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207.
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