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August 09, 2011

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Allison Shields

Yes, Michael, unfortunately, too many of those involved in bar associations (not just in NY) still view marketing as 'taboo' and a subject not to be discussed. But even if there are no marketing courses per se taught in law schools, I think courses that address the overall business aspects of running a practice would be extremely helpful.

Michael Zolno

Fully agree with you -- However, the NY Bar Report glosses over marketing -- giving it a couple of pages under the "Social Media" area. Perhaps, they believe that clients will just rain down on them.

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