The Complete Guide to Marketing Your Law Practice
Hollis Hatfield Weishar, James A. Durham
Law Practice Management Section, American Bar Association, 1999 - Law - 229 pages
This guide presents tactics for marketing a law practice. It includes sample worksheets, marketing plans and step-by-step guidelines, covering: writing newsletters, articles and brochures; Internet marketing; public relations plans; and voice mail, email and videoconferencing.
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Strategic Marketing Planning
Overview of the Strategic Marketing Plan
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