Working with and writing for a law publisher to achieve law firm or corporate reputational and competitive rewards
Quintessential wordsmiths, yet with evidence-based thought processes, many lawyers both in practice and non-practice roles have a deep-seated need to write about the law. In this article, Robert McKay, editor of Modern Legal Practice, offers his opinions as to why lawyers should work with law publishers and how competitive and reputational rewards might follow.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2019
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