Great Attorney Business Cards Will Give a Huge Boost to the Law Firm’s Client Base

March 14th, 2022 by admin Leave a reply »

Michael Jordan. Pele. Wayne Gretzky. Dan Marino. Sugar Ray Leonard. These are some of the most famous personalities in their respective sports. But they are not just ordinary sportsmen-they are hall of famers, athletes who have transcended the ordinary because of their great athletic accomplishments.

Just like in sports, there are people in jurisprudence that have done great things that make them worthy of being called ‘hall of famers.’

Perhaps one of the top hall-of-famer lawyers is Leslie Abramson. Leslie’s toughness stemmed from dealing with rough neighborhood bullies in Queens, New York. That toughness carried her through a career in jurisprudence, which she started as a public defender.

Her long stint as a public defender allowed her exposure to high-profile cases and various court room tactics. When she began her private practice, Leslie has already acquired considerable experience in jurisprudence. Perhaps the most high-profile case Leslie Abramson handled was the one involving Erik Menendez. The public will also remember her stint as a commentator on the O.J. Simpson trial.

Yet Leslie Abramson was not able to reach the pinnacle of jurisprudence success in just a flash. Like all fledgling attorneys, Leslie worked hard to get her way up. Arguably, one of the best way to be successful as a lawyer is to get connected with the right people.

In this digital age, some say that increasing one’s Web exposure is a sure way to get noticed by the right people. Sure, setting up your own website and flaunting your resume and portfolio in the Web would have some benefits. Networking has gone digital nowadays. But there is still one better way of getting connected with the right people-and that is by the old-fashioned spreading of attorney business cards.

Benefits of Having Attorney Business Cards:

Networking can happen when we least expected it. For instance, you might just attend a seemingly mundane lawyers conference and talk with some senior state bar members. Chances are you may exchange attorney business cards with those senior state bar members you will converse with. And it might be possible that one of those senior bar members would have a favorable impression of you and recommend you to some former colleague of his with a renowned firm.

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