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Law Firm Alumni Programs May Offer Marketing Opportunities

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Are you a biglaw expatriate who’s just started a law firm or been running one for years?  Either way, this article on law firm alumni programs, Nixon Peabody Starts Alumni Program, Business Review (5/16/05) may interest you.  The article reports on Nixon Peabody’s alumni program, comprised of 500 former firm attorneys who now work at other corporations or public bodies.  Some, however, may have gone solo – and a law firm alumni network lets colleagues know about them, which can lead to business referrals.   You may want to see if your former firm has a similar program – and investigate how it can benefit you.

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