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Targeted, Direct-Mail Solicitation: Shapero V. Kentucky Bar Association Under Attack, Jeffrey S. Kinsler Jan 1993

Targeted, Direct-Mail Solicitation: Shapero V. Kentucky Bar Association Under Attack, Jeffrey S. Kinsler

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Attorneys have been reluctant to take part in advertising and solicitation since the United States Supreme Court specifically allowed their use sixteen years ago. Of those attorneys who have advertised or solicited, most have used the traditional forms of advertising such as television, radio, and print media. Attorneys have been particularly averse to direct-mail solicitation, which may be the most effective form of advertisement. Prior to 1988, the scarcity of attorney solicitation could be explained by the unsettled nature of the governing law. In that year, however, the Supreme Court finally clarified the law regarding targeted, direct mail solicitation by ...