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How Attorneys Can Take Advantage of FindLaw Answers

By Pierre Zado, JD, MBA on November 29, 2011 3:02 PM

Who says technology makes things easier? Ok, well lots of people, but lawyers do not necessarily fall into that category. Ask most lawyers and they will tell you that keeping up with all of the trends and complexities associated with technology can be a job in itself.

Whether marketing, networking, or promoting a law firm, the rapid development of online advertising is making it harder for attorneys to differentiate themselves from the competition. Attorneys should therefore be open-minded about exploring other forms of media to attract clients -- and that's where FindLaw Answers comes in.

FindLaw Answers now has a "How To" page for attorneys which details how to get started and how to use the different opportunities we provide to help distinguish yourself in your field with FindLaw Answers. You can answer questions, provide helpful links to articles and courthouses and share your expertise with people in legal need.

Here you will find information on how to showcase your legal skills and knowledge while benefitting from the trending topics in one of our 12 folders such as Family Law, Criminal Law and Small Business. As an added benefit, top Answers contributors will be recognized for their helpful advice.

Not long ago, an attorney relied on drumming up business at the local golf course or at the monthly Bar mixer. Today, physical networking has largely been replaced with online connections. Technology is allowing attorneys to reach and attract clients they would otherwise not have access to through more traditional advertising methods.

FindLaw Answers is the ideal place for an attorney to engage users with real legal issues who need help. It’s fun, easy, and best of all, completely free!

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