Put 5 Rainmaking Habits to Work for You
by Mark Powers and Shawn McNalis
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Volume 29, No. 4—Fall 2006
Marketing Your Family Law Practice

PC 51311002902; (Buy Online)

This issue of Family Advocate deals with the practical aspect of making money and building a law practice. You'll learn more about how to market yourself; get tips on things you can do to provide better service to clients; determine what advertising strategies best suit your firm; how to write articles and get published; and much, much more.

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Grow Your "A" List
by Cheryl Lynn Hepfer

Your Happy Marriage with a PR Firm
by Charles M. Lombardo

Bright Ideas for Drumming Up Clients 24/7
by David C. Sarnacki

Does Advertising Add Up? (Three firms share their advertising philosophies, strategies, goals and results)
... The Web Is Our Focus
by Heidi Culbertson

... Print Media Reinforces Our Reputation
by David H. Kelsey

... Niche Marketing Accentuates Our Exclusivity
by Donald C. Schiller and Anita M. Ventrelli

The Write Way
by H. Joseph Gitlin

by Laura C. Belleau

Why Specialize?
by Twila B. Larkin

Building Your Web Site without Going Bonkers
by Robert J. Ambrogi

The Top 10 Mistakes Law Firms Make on Their Websites
by Katherine Fernie

The Exit Interview
by Mark A. Chinn
* Postdivorce Exit Interview Checklist

Using Family Advocate Articles for CLE

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