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Marketing Tips: When You Don’t Know What to Write

Teddy Snyder | Fodder for your blog, emails, social media and professional articles is everywhere. You only need to recognize it.

Theda C. Snyder - January 25, 2022
side hustle

Should Lawyers Consider a Side Hustle?

Pursuing personal projects or part-time work is not new for lawyers, but the “great reassessment” has amplified the discussion.

Camille Stell - January 24, 2022
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5 Kinds of Rest: Avoiding Exhaustion Means More Than Getting Enough Sleep

Jamie Spannhake | Here the five kinds of rest you need to feel energized, mentally and physically.

Jamie Spannhake - January 20, 2022
email overload

Redefining What It Means to Be ‘Responsive’ to Clients

Jay Harrington | Spending too much time responding to email leads to too much stress because too little is getting done during the day.

Jay Harrington - January 12, 2022
law firm marketing trends

Law Firm Marketing Regulation: What’s Hot and What’s Not — a Tribute

"It's not an imitation, it's a tribute." | Bob Denney passed away in October. In his honor, Will Hornsby borrows his format as he looks back over the recent past and a bit into the coming year.

William Hornsby - December 28, 2021
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Attorney at Work’s Top 20 Articles of the Year

Congratulations, we made it! Here are the top articles from Attorney at Work's contributors this year.

Joan Feldman - December 23, 2021
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5 Ways to Gift Yourself More Time This Holiday Season

Jamie Spannhake | With these ideas, you can create more time in your life to do some of those things you’d do if you had more time.

Jamie Spannhake - December 17, 2021
referral fees

Is It OK to Pay Referral Fees?

In most practice areas, a lawyer’s marketing efforts should focus on generating a strong referral pipeline—from both non-lawyers and lawyers alike. If those efforts are successful, you'll probably need some guidance on referral fees. Here it is.

Roy S. Ginsburg - December 16, 2021
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Outsourcing Your Legal Blog Requires Collaboration

Nothing But the Ruth! | Outsourcing your blog requires real collaboration with your marketing team — including a crash course on your area of law.

Ruth Carter - December 13, 2021
law firm work allocation

Eliminating Bias in Work Allocation Is a Growing Focus for Law Firms

Law firms are gradually shifting away from the old "familiarity and proximity" model of law firm work allocation.

Andrew Talpash - December 2, 2021
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