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February 17, 2023


Regular communication from your law office to current and prospective clients is a proven method of enhancing client relations, stimulating referrals, and creating name-recognition for your practice. Branding yourself as a generous source of reliable information helps create a client base that is more likely to contact you when legal issues do arise. It's a kind of loyalty that simply cannot be purchased.

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Recent studies by the National Law Firm Marketing Association have shown that of all the marketing methods available to law firms, newsletters produce the best return while offering clients educational information that enhances a firm’s image.

Newsletters have proven to be a cost-effective way to increase awareness of a firm and the services it offers—whether a general practice or one that specializes in bankruptcy, intellectual property, estate and financial planning, employee benefits, or other areas of law.