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January 26, 2006

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» Polling The Real Jury-Part 4: Just Who Should Conduct Client Satisfaction Interviews, Anyway? from What About Clients?
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» Polling The Real Jury-Part 4: Just Who Should Conduct Client Satisfaction Interviews, Anyway? from What About Clients?
No puns intended--but I'm going to stay neutral in this. But would anyone care to join the fray in the multi-blog discussion of just who should conduct client satisfaction interviews? There's an interesting, important and I think relatively difficult d... [Read More]

» Client Interviews: Another View From The Peanut Gallery from Legal Marketing Blog
Only because I believe so strongly in the value of conducting client interviews that I accept Dan Hull’s challenge and weigh in on a discussion already well covered by several other bloggers, all of whom I very much respect. Client... [Read More]

» Client Interviews: Another View From The Peanut Gallery from Legal Marketing Blog
Only because I believe so strongly in the value of conducting client interviews that I accept Dan Hull’s challenge and weigh in on a discussion already well covered by several other bloggers, all of whom I very much respect. Client... [Read More]

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