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How People Find Lawyers: Referrals Are Popular, Blogs Not So Much, Poll Finds

25 Mar 2011 8:02 AM | Deleted user

The Internet age has changed the way that people look for lawyers, as fewer would-be clients rely on the Yellow Pages and more indicate an interest in innovative websites. Research in the late 1980s and 1990 indicated that between 13 percent and 34 percent of adults relied on print directories to find lawyers, according to a report (PDF) by the ABA Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services. Now only 8 percent of adults polled say they would use the Yellow Pages and other directories as the primary way to find a lawyer.  Read Full article at ABA Law Journal

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