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Rural Business Development and Service with Chris White [LGE 108]

Lawyers Gone Ethical

Release Date: 04/14/2020

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Building a rural law practice in 2020 is much different than it would have been 20 years ago.  Chris White, the Managing Partner of White Law Office in rural Ohio, knows a thing or two about it.  Turns out that rural practice building has its unique challenges, but excellent customer service is a key component.  In this episode, Megan and Chris also touch on how the coronavirus is impacting business development for all law firms, rural and urban.

Guest Info:

Chris's Website

White Law Office on Facebook

Chris White on Twitter

Resources Mentioned:

LGE 99 - Disappearance of Rural Lawyers with Mark Palmer

LGE 65 - Four Seasons Customer Service for Lawyers with John Strohmeyer

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