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StateLawTV.com

by Speaker Media and Marketing
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The State Law TV app includes Web TV shows featuring interviews with some of the top lawyers in the US and Internationally who will help consumers understand their legal rights

FREE in the App Store

What is it about?

The State Law TV app includes Web TV shows featuring interviews with some of the top lawyers in the US and Internationally who will help consumers understand their legal rights. There is also specific content geared to lawyers and legal marketing.

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
6Mb
Genre
Reference Business
Last updated
November 30, 2015
Release date
November 30, 2015
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App Store Description

The State Law TV app includes Web TV shows featuring interviews with some of the top lawyers in the US and Internationally who will help consumers understand their legal rights. There is also specific content geared to lawyers and legal marketing.

Primary categories include Personal Injury Law, Social Security Disability Law, Law Firm Marketing, Types of Law, Defective Products, Dangerous Drugs, Product Recalls, Veterans Benefits, Legislation, National Security, Upcoming Elections, and Trending Law Related News Topics.

In addition the State Law TV app includes interviews with thought leaders on law firm marketing. Some of the featured interviewees include Professor David Wilkins of Harvard Law School, Master Marketing Strategist Jay Abraham, Jacoby & Meyers Managing Partner Andrew Finkelstein, Past President of the National Press Club in Washington, DC and current White House correspondent Angela Greiling Keane, President of PILMMA Ken Hardison, Information Governance Expert Jason R. Baron and more.

The State Law TV App is free to use. You can also visit StateLawTV.com and access even more free content. The app has content for both consumers and lawyers.

Disclaimer: If legal advice or other professional assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought. This channel is not intended as legal advice but rather as consumer education. No lawyer-client relationship is intended.