The activist campaign launched against law firms representing President Donald Trump and the GOP have shown that a concerted, mostly digital, public relations offensive can have a material effect on law firms both internally and externally. Some communications professionals even see the campaign, given its resonance, as a template for activists going forward.

And they warn that internal communications departments at most law firms are not fully equipped to handle waves of activism as the country becomes increasingly divided over partisan issues.

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