Seeking justice after tragedy

Thousands of newly licensed attorneys set up their law practices every year. Beasley Allen’s managing partner Tom Methvin advises new attorneys on the importance of creating a common-sense marketing plan to help build a law practice. There are many ways attorneys can provide information about the legal services they offer that are within the bounds of professional ethics rules. From networking during professional events to staying in touch with colleagues, law school classmates and clients, attorneys can build a network to sustain their work for years to come.


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