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Julie A. Fleming

Your USP will do more to bring in clients you enjoy working with than you can imagine. (Once you define your USP and promote it, that is.)

Don't underestimate what will draw clients to you. The smallest thing can be the biggest thing to them. No matter what you specialize in, let it be known. Think of the 5 Ws and an H when you're figuring out your USP and you'll likely come up with several ways you're different.

Peter

Nice post Chuck. Not sure clientele can judge who is the "better" lawyer but they can discern if you're a Christian Family Law attorney that might be a niche that could serve their needs/wants.

Charla Mcguyer

Indeed, the most important thing to consider in choosing a good lawyer is the prospect's abilities and performance in their field. Reliable lawyers are those who have a history of success in the court of law.

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