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Jay Harrington
Jay Harrington is an author, blogger, attorney, coach and owner of Harrington, a brand strategy and creative services agency for professional services firms.
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Jay Harrington Apr 19
Conduct an 80/20 analysis to accelerate your law firm performance. #80/20
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Attorney at Work Apr 17
’s new “90-Day Brand-Building Road Map" includes 12 weeks of activities and action steps for new associates. Download and get started!
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Jay Harrington Apr 5
Want to write a book? Here are 10 things to keep in mind.
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Attorney at Work Apr 5
A Young Lawyer’s Path to Prosperity: Build a Powerful Personal Brand
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Jay Harrington Apr 4
My new post for - Why young lawyers need to build their from day one.
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Jay Harrington Apr 4
Learn what it takes to succeed as a young lawyer in my new book, The Essential Associate.
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Jay Harrington Apr 4
Check out my new post for
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Jay Harrington Apr 3
I'm really happy to announce that my new book, "The Essential Associate: Step Up, Stand Out, and Rise to the Top as a Young Lawyer," has officially launched! Check it out, download a free chapter, and/or buy it at !
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Attorney at Work Mar 7
Done right, a law firm website can be the engine that drives a law firm’s growth. 4 simple steps from
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Attorney at Work Mar 5
For a Young Associate, Practice Makes Perfect by Jay Harrington
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Attorney at Work Mar 2
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Jay Harrington Mar 1
Incremental, consistent progress is what leads to sustainable gains in biz dev for lawyers.
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Jay Harrington Feb 27
Read my latest post about how to create a lead-generating law firm website on
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Attorney at Work Feb 26
When potential clients visit your website, there are two questions they are probably asking themselves: “Does this law firm understand me?” and “Can it help me solve my problem?”
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Jay Harrington Feb 26
Generate more ROI from your law firm website. My thoughts today on
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Attorney at Work Feb 23
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Jay Harrington Feb 22
Want to make a big impact on LinkedIn? Create content that spreads.
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Jay Harrington Feb 21
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Jay Harrington Feb 16
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