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Question added to topic Starting a BusinessMay 8, 2008

What locations would be ideal for my law offices?

I'm planning to invest in a building to run my legal firm. It's a medium-sized office and my growth is unlimited. Should it be close to the city center where most of the giant companies operate or close to other legal firms? Should it be an easy access area or should it be within the crowded areas?
The most desirable location depends on the type of law you practice. Select your location based on the kind of clients you wish to attract. High profile corporate clients may look for the prestige of a firm with similarly high-profile corporate offices. People with personal injury cases will want the easy access and parking of a suburban office.
Kim Gordon is the owner of National Marketing Federation and is a multifaceted marketing expert, speaker, author and media spokesperson. Her latest book is Maximum Marketing, Minimum Dollars.

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