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39% of Sole Practitioners Don't Have a Website

Nearly four out of 10 sole practitioners are marketing in the dark -- they don't have a website, according to the 2011 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report. This fact came up at the recent ABA Techshow conference in Chicago when Richard Granat spoke. Granat is author of the eLawyering Blog and founder of DirectLaw, which he describes as "a virtual law firm in a box." “In the last 18 months, I’ve seen dozens of [document automation startups] coming out of the woodwork, and the technology is getting better,” Granat said to the ABA Journal, adding that many solo lawyers don’t have a website.
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