In 1911, NY Lawyers Didn’t Have Enough Business. I thought this was interesting. An article from a 1911 newspaper, discussing that in New York there wasn’t enough business to go around, and many lawyers “were unable to make more than a bare living. 680 lawyers couldn’t afford the “only $10/year” bar association dues.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
The Best Super Duper Leading Lawyers Ad Balch & Bingham had many times more lawyers selected for a particular “Top Lawyers”-type publication than any other local firm, and the firm had committed to buying an ad in support. But Marketing Director Nora Chandler didn’t want to do the self-congratulatory type of ad that the other Read more >>
Abe Lincoln thought marketing was ethical. . . We’ve all seen the 1858-59 print advertisements for the Lincoln & Herndon law firm in Springfield, IL. But few people know he also gave client-development speeches – and charged admission!