Burt’s Picks of 11 Important Websites
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on April 4, 2012 10:37 pm
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I had this “Dear Colleague” mailing list. There we around 200 lawyers, some business and professional people, and friends I would write to them when I came upon something of interest. The motivation was:
1. I like to share stuff and show off; always have. That may be why I liked the 4-H club demonstrations and exhibits that we required to do back in Ohio County, WV.
2. I figured they would spread the word about how bright and competent I am and think of me for referrals and associations.
Occasionally I received notes of heartfelt thanks. But, mostly, people are too busy for such things. Even when I sent out a form or sample that they could use every day in their practice, not many did. Eventually half the addresses became outdated. (Old technology.)
So, I wrote to my last “Dear Colleague” letter recently,
giving recipients the link to this blog, www.burtonhunteresq2.blogspot.com , (Editor: no longer active. 2-25-2015)
my Findlaw (Editor: now my own site on a WordPress platform) professional website, www.hunterlawfirm.net ,
my first blog “Perspectives of a Small Town Lawyer” www.burtonhunteresq.blogspot.com which is now an Amazon Kindle Book, (Ed: now www.hunterlawfirm.net)
and my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any of them who care to can subscribe to this blog and get notices whenever I post something, so thus ends my
e-mailed “Dear Colleague Letter”.
So, here are some of the most useful and informative websites I have ever encountered!
1. The website to Howard Nations Lawfirm, with great links to invaluable sites:
This post was written by Burton Hunter