How to Attract Backlinks to Your Law Firm Website

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Law firm SEO is multifaceted. Not only do you need to manage your technical SEO, but you have to conduct on-page SEO, create content, optimize your local listings, and more.

One important SEO task for law firms is link building – the process of attracting high-authority links back to your website.

These links can boost your site’s authority in the eyes of Google, leading to higher rankings and more traffic.

But attracting backlinks to your law firm isn’t always easy. Being in a competitive space, you’ll have to be creative if you want to attract the right types of links

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Congress eyes hack reporting law after pipeline disruption

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That information gap leaves the rest of the country in the dark about how frequently such attacks occur and how they’re perpetrated. It also leaves federal authorities without crucial information that could help protect other companies from similar attacks.

Without reporting from companies, “the United States government is completely blind to what is happening,” Brandon Wales, the acting director of DHS’ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, told

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What comes next for law schools with two-year bar pass rates below 75%?

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What comes next for law schools with two-year bar pass rates below 75%?

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Of the 10 law schools that in 2020 received noncompliance notices for having two-year bar passage rates below 75%, half appear to again have pass rates that do not meet that threshold, according to ABA data released in April.

For 2020, decisions regarding ABA Standard 316, which addresses bar passage rates, were based on 2017 graduates. The council of the ABA’s

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Texas “heartbeat bill” that would ban abortion at six weeks heads to governor

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Allegedly Violated Georgia Tax Law By Claiming Two Permanent Residences

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Republican Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has allegedly violated a Georgia tax law by claiming permanent residence at two different addresses.

Greene allegedly filed two active homestead exemptions in her 2020 Georgia state tax documents, according to WSB-TV. A homestead exemption provides a large tax break for state residents, usually granting a $2,000 exemption from most county and school taxes.

The Fulton County Board of Assessors has said state residents are only legally allowed to claim one residential address for a homestead exemption.

Greene and her husband allegedly filed for two exemptions by listing two different residences in two

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