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Attorney at Work Book Helps Lawyers Get Clients

Attorney at Work Book Helps how to get clients as a lawyer. Attorney at Work ( announces the release of “Getting Clients: For Lawyers Starting Out or Starting Over,” a new book by legal marketing hall-of-Famer Merrilyn Astin Tarlton. REVIEW COPIES AVAILABLE Review copies and interviews with Merrilyn Astin Tarlton are available upon request. The information […]

Originally published March 7, 2017
Last updated August 9, 2020
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Spring Cleaning, Solo Style

Every new year, there's always lots of talk about how to start the year off right. For solo and small firm lawyers, that can mean many things. One of my attorney-clients told me her mentor taught her to begin the new year by revisiting her retainer agreement and reading the evidence code cover to cover. Those are great ideas. But if the first weeks of 2017 got away from you — maybe you were busy with winter vacation, a big court case, hitting your new gym — spring is also a great time to clean up your practice.

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