2013 -- No Time to Run and Hide

Colman, Allan
November 2012
Law Practice Today;Nov2012, p1
The article offers information on law firm legal business development in a free market environment in 2013. The author says that for law firms to grow in 2013, they must learn how to exploit the free market from the experiences and events of the past four to five years and determine what long-term strategy to employ in order to do so. The article discusses the important characteristics of growing law firms in 2013 from marketing to good communication and building relationships with clients.


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