Lawyer Profiles: Dropping the Middle Initials

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I’m impressed with a recent post by Bob Ambrogi titled The Art & Science of Lawyer Profiles. If you haven’t seen it already, do yourself a favour and take a look. Whether you’re in the process of drafting your own profile, or helping someone else, it’s solid advice.

I’m now going to use Bob’s post to go off on a tangent, and talk about something that appears deceptively mundane: the use of middle initials by lawyers, and the fallout it causes online.

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