Law360, New York (February 26, 2016, 4:29 PM EST) -- Networking is integral to helping grow any practice, but it’s easy for attorneys to neglect this aspect of their career as they hunker down to the work at hand.
Not networking enough or not doing it effectively can have detrimental effects on attorneys' business plans and even the general health of their practices.
Here, experts offer some tips about how attorneys can step up their networking game and ensure the work that keeps them so busy keeps coming in.
The short answer to questions about when attorneys should focus on networking is simple: start early and do it often....
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