New Book Offers Nearly 100 Marketing Tips For Lawyers And Firms

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Bob Weiss, gives lawyers and law firms proven and practical business development tips in his new, easy to use book, "Legal Marketing In Brief." Weiss' tips have helped lawyers and law firms across the country dramatically increase in size and profitability, enter new markets, help lawyers to reposition themselves into new areas of practice and rejuvenate their careers and passion for the law.

Legal marketing consultant, Bob Weiss

Bob Weiss

You can spend five minutes reading any part of this book and then put that information to use immediately.

A new book, Legal Marketing in Brief©, containing nearly 100 practical business development tips for lawyers and for law firms written by one of the country’s best-known consultants, is now available in print and in e-book format.

“I’ve compiled and updated my best-read articles and columns from the past 20 years,” said the book’s author, legal marketing consultant, Bob Weiss with Alyn-Weiss & Associates. “You can spend five minutes reading any part of this book and then put that information to use immediately.”

The book is available in print at and for Kindle and Kindle for iPad at Amazon.

Among others, publications in which articles and columns in the book have appeared include: the ABA Journal, New Jersey Law Journal, Law Practice Magazine, Marketing For Lawyers, Plaintiff, Colorado Law Week and Lawyers Weekly.

Weiss is considered one of the pioneers of law firm marketing, litigation publicity and public relations. Over the past 20 plus years, his Denver-based marketing consulting team has written law firm and practice group marketing plans, coached lawyers, developed law firm retreats, and conducted trainings, client interviews and surveys for local, regional and national firms. His team’s clients include firms involved in mass torts, catastrophic accident cases, corporate and transactional law and defense litigation. They also have represented niche firms practicing domestic, election, criminal, immigration, insurance recovery and bad faith law.

Weiss lectures and trains regularly in the United States and aboard addressing bar associations, law firm networks and firm retreats.


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