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The Top 8 Personal Hygiene Mistakes That Turn Off Prospective Clients and Referral Sources

TechnoLawyer is running some columns I’ve written in its SmallLaw series. They have some excellent writers (plus me) addressing small firm issues. TechnoLawyer makes the columns public a week after release on¬†the¬†TechnoLawyer blog. You can get the content a week earlier by¬†subscribing to SmallLaw via e-mail.

It’s lunchtime again here at SmallLaw. My goal for today¬†is to help you prevent an unsuccessful outcome when taking a¬†prospective client or referral source to lunch. The topic is¬†personal hygiene. Personal what? Before you assume that this¬†column does not apply to you, stop! Recognize that you¬†might be the last person to know that something about you is¬†off—way off—especially if you have surrounded yourself¬†with people who won’t tell you the truth.

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Lee Rosen

Lee Rosen has practiced family law for more than twenty years. With four offices, Rosen Law Firm serves Raleigh, Charlotte, Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Rosen served as the Law Practice Management Editor of the ABA Family Advocate for more than a decade and received the ABA James Keane Award for excellence in eLawyering. He served as Chair of the Law Practice Management Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, is a frequent speaker and is often sought out by the media as a source of family law insight and commentary.