...Here are five steps to success. No. 1: Get real.The first step is an honest assessment of qualifications and needs...
...v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION ET AL. No. 11-1545...
...facto assuming marketing and communication functions, to highly specialized professionals...providing expert commentary create real value for a firm in...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Julie Grantham has done it all: practiced law in private firms, worked as a nonlawyer executive for a tech company, raised funds for a political group and generated sales for a forensic-investigation
...775 A.2d 756 (N.J. App. 2001), has discouraged lawsuits whose real objective is identifying anonymous speakers. Prior to Dendrite, thousands of...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Joy Martini and Nancy Rowe, legal marketing and communications specialists with Martini Consulting, write: Client development will be a primary driver of a student's professional success, however, le
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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