The National Law Forum

The Blog of the The National Law Review

Category Archives: Legal Technology

Grow Your Email List for Free in 5 Simple Steps

Lots of law firms struggle with compiling and maintaining a robust email marketing list, and they really struggle with how to keep adding qualified names to help them build a better list.  If you are recognizing yourself as you read this, then the good news is that you can actually build a great list for your firm …

Continue reading

What’s the Deal? Why Do Accounting Firms Use Initials Instead of Names? – Part 2

We know that for many professional-services firms (e.g. law, accounting, consulting, etc.), using initials is simply a necessary compromise — a less-controversial way to abbreviate the firm’s name.  You get to shorten a cumbersome name without seeming to favor the first one or two people over the others whose names come later on the door. It seems …

Continue reading

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 15,254 other followers