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Vol. II, No. 3, May 2006

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> Podcasts
> New articles
> Interactive features
> Law firm leadership

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PodcastingPodcast on Podcasting: The Latest Addition to the Legal Marketing Toolkit
Watch and listen as we explain how podcasting can help you enhance your online presence, become a thought leader in a niche market, and generate leads for new work. (audio download)

Previous podcasts: Managing cash flow and retaining clients


How to Get Paid: It's in Your Hands

RSSThe two measurements of financial performance that relate to getting accounts paid are realization and collection rate. To understand them, start with these nine tips. More>

Hiring and Working with Support Staff: A Guide for Solo and Small Firm Lawyers
Supoport staffGood, qualified support staff can greatly improve your bottom line and make your office a pleasant, stress-free place to work. More>

Lawyers and Depression: Three Case Studies
It is vital that lawyers know the symptoms, causes and treatments of a principle hazard of their profession—depression. More>


NewspapersPlease Release Me: How to Get Law Firm Press Releases Noticed
Make sure your press releases are among the three per cent that reporters consider newsworthy.

Identify Problem Clients at the Engagement Stage
Discussing engagement terms can reveal a lot about a client.

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