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Let Client Service Be Our Watchword (Law Practice Magazine-January/February 2016)

Posted in American Bar Association
In the previous issue of Law Practice, I discussed the Law Practice’s Division theme of building bridges with respect to the attorney-client relationship. In this marketing issue, I think it compelling that the most important aspect of any firm’s marketing strategy is client service. Superior client service is an investment that can drive law firm… Continue Reading

Leadership-Law Practice Today (December 2015)

Posted in American Bar Association
  From the 1957 inception of the American Bar Association’s Select Committee on the Economics of Law Practice, the predecessor of our Law Practice Division, issues of law practice management have been at the forefront of our mission and programming. In 2015, however, the division leadership  expanded on that core area to focus on the… Continue Reading

“Social Media”-Law Practice Today Magazine (November 2015)

Posted in American Bar Association
  Social media has become increasingly popular in the practice of law—not simply for client development, but in the actual substance of the practice. Litigators are researching jurors, and transactional attorneys are using social media for research in mergers and acquisitions.  Many attorneys are using social media for continuing education and assisting in reviewing prospective… Continue Reading

Law Practice Today Magazine-October 2015

Posted in American Bar Association
From the Chair of the ABA Law Practice Division-Tom Bolt This past month, September 2015,  the ABA Law Practice Division Executive Committee and staff joined for a team-building exercise during the ABA Section Officers Council Fall Leadership Meeting by attending a cooking school and preparing our own meal. When you think about it, creating a… Continue Reading

ABA Presidential Commission on the Future of Legal Services Hearing

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In this four-part interview, Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti talks with Tom Bolt, Robert Hirshon, Chris Zampogna, and Fred Headon about their contributions and ideas for the ABA Presidential Commission on the Future of Legal Services Hearing. Together they discuss possible updates to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, non-tech innovations to help the… Continue Reading