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Networking Online and In Person

Kristin Haugen, Allen Rodriguez, Anthony R. Minchella, Matthew S. Johnston, Tonya N. Gibbs, Ari Hornick, Jaimie B. Field

In the quest to expand your law practice, networking has never been more important. But networking today looks much different than it did only a few years ago. How much time should you devote to online and social media networking, and how much to old-fashioned, in-person interactions? What are the best sources of referrals in either realm? And how do you keep from stepping over the line ethically while pursuing new business relationships? To help answer these questions, GPSolo has gathered the insights of seven leading solos, small firm practitioners, and law firm consultants to give you a better understanding of how best to grow your business through networking.

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