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The American Association of Law Libraries was founded in 1906 to promote and enhance the value of law libraries to the legal and public communities, to foster the profession of law librarianship, and to provide leadership in the field of legal information. Today, with nearly 5,000 members, the Association represents law librarians and related professionals who are affiliated with a wide range of institutions: law firms; law schools; corporate legal departments; courts; and local, state and federal government agencies.
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Founded in 1971, the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) is the largest international association providing support to professionals involved in the management of law firms, corporate legal departments and governmental agencies. With nearly 10,000 members, ALA is the connection to knowledge, resources and networking.
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Published by the Daily Journal Corporation, California Lawyer is the nation’s leading legal magazine covering the most dynamic legal market. Every month we provide timely analysis, in-depth features, and news that our readers can use on a wide range of topics, including practice management, e-discovery, corporate law, and social media. We also regularly publish excerpts from our widely acclaimed Legally Speaking talk show series, which showcases the most interesting lawyers and judges in the world. To date, the magazine has won an unprecedented 71 Maggie awards from the Western Publications Association for excellence in editorial content and design. We have also won national honors from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (Azbee Awards), Folio Magazine (Eddie Awards), and the Society of Publication Designers.
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For over three decades, ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) has provided peer-networking and information resources to those who support technology in law firms and law departments worldwide. An ever-growing membership base; bigger and better annual conferences; more meetings, webinars and other peer networking opportunities; a greater number of white papers and surveys and more volunteer authors are just some of the reasons ILTA is so successful.
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Law Firm Media Professionals (LFMP) is a national association of in-house and outside media and marketing professionals dedicated to improving how they deliver public relations and communications services to the law firms they serve. LFMP- launched in NYC in 2002 by in-house P.R. pros Joshua Peck of Duane Morris (still the president) and Dara McQuillan, now of the World Trade Center--provides members with a forum to exchange ideas, experiences and information on a variety of communications and media issues. Guest speakers have included top business and legal journalists from the U.S. and abroad; leading litigation and corporate lawyers; media training specialists; authors, and others. Chapters have since launched in Washington; Boston; Houston; Los Angeles; Minneapolis/St. Paul; San Francisco; London and Chicago. For more information visit www.lfmp.org and sign up for the group's meeting notices and job postings.
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Since 1997, LawMarketing.com has been the premier resource attorneys and legal marketers turn to for information on the business side of law. LawMarketing.com’s commitment is to provide high-quality marketing and business development content that will support small to medium sized law firms with attracting more business and generating more revenue.  Visit www.LawMarketing.com/lma to receive your own copy of the 7 Tips to Creating Blog Content That Makes Prospects Want to Read! video recording, transcript and checklist.
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The Legal Marketing Blog began on January 5, 2005 and is the longest running blog dealing specifically with legal marketing. Besides those subscribing by RSS, the blog has hundreds of readers who signed up to receive posts by email. There are nearly 1000 posts dealing with marketing issues.

Its audience runs the gamut from solo practitioners to partners in large law firms. The blog focuses on marketing and business development best practices by providing tips and techniques for lawyers, practice groups and firms. For nearly a decade it has been listed in the top five in Google searches for “Legal Marketing”, and most often No. 2 after the Legal Marketing Association trade organization.

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The Legal Sales and Service Organization (LSSO) is the legal industry's only organization exclusively focused on sales, service excellence and process improvement. LSSO's annual RainDance Conference is also the place where sophisticated professionals and industry thought leaders turn for their own professional development.