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A rich library of resources guide your firm’s growth strategy


Continuous learning underpins every successful legal practice. CLE keeps attorneys apprised of developments in the law. The Martindale Legal Marketing Network keeps attorneys informed on the best and proven ways to market their firms.

This collection of resources provides primary research, best practices presentations, online events and first-person proof of marketing strategies, tools and practices that work. We invite you to explore to learn new ways you can take your firm’s growth to the next level.

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Blog

Access timely information about the latest developments in legal marketing. Our blog posts offer news, tips and ideas to help law firms build their online presence.

Review our legal marketing blog

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Case Studies

Understanding how other firms implement our marketing tools to grow their practices provides ideas on ways you can increase your firm’s business too.

See how we’ve helped clients grow

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Marketing Briefs

Dive deeper into key legal marketing topics, such as how to get started on social media or the power of online reviews, with this collection of best practices guides.

Research attorney marketing issues

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Newsletter

The bi-monthly Martindale Legal Marketing Network newsletter gathers the best and most recent articles, resources and events related to helping attorneys market their practice.

Read our Network Newsletter

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Webinars

We bring together leading practitioners and cutting-edge attorneys in legal marketing to present educational webinars that address new tools, practices and solutions for growing your firm’s practice.

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White Papers

This collection of white papers unveils and analyzes ongoing primary research into what works and what doesn’t in legal marketing.

See What the Facts Say

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