8 Simple Steps to Create a Referral Network of Other Attorneys Originally published on Feb. 20, 2017; updated on Sept. 26, 2019.

A strong referral base is only built over a period of time and is based on cultivating great relationships with referral sources. Developing those relationships is a two-way street, especially when it comes to building a referral network of other, noncompeting attorneys.

Achieving this

Networking Your Way to More and Better ReferralsNetworking is about establishing mutually beneficial relationships, not a contest to see how many business cards you can collect. And to secure those mutually beneficial relationships, you need to be strategic about the people you meet. Not everyone who crosses your path will necessarily qualify for that role.

Here are some networking tips:

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3 Steps to Keep Referrals Coming How do you continue to build relationships with referral sources when you are always crunched for time? Just like anything else that matters, you have to carve some time out for the things that are meaningful to you — and few things are more meaningful when it comes to building a profitable law practice than

8 Simple Steps to Create a Referral Network of Other Attorneys A strong referral base is only built over a period of time, and is based on cultivating great relationships with referral sources. Developing those relationships is a two-way street, especially when it comes to building a referral network of other, noncompeting attorneys.

Achieving this goal is impossible if you are only asking your legal peers