Lawyers spend a lot of money to make themselves memorable. If you’re practicing some form of consumer law, you’re probably spending a good sum on promotion, whether that is website lead generation, ads, billboards, TV, radio, PPC on Google and more.
Most Interesting Takeaways from PLIs Program On Social Media for Non-Profits and Public Interest Organizations (Post 3 of 3)
Pro Bono Net’s LawHelp Coordinator, Xander Karsten, discussed the policies, procedures and ethical questions involved in participating on social media platforms.
Most Interesting Takeaways from PLIs Program On Social Media for Non-Profits and Public Interest Organizations (Post 2 of 3)
Julia Wilson is the Executive Director for OneJustice.org, and offered participants a case study on her own organization’s social media work for the past two years.
Attendees at the Legal Marketing Association conference will normally shy away from any session that is entirely presented by service providers – but if that session is done by One North, they’re making a big mistake.
Most Interesting Takeaways from PLI’s Program On Social Media for Non-Profits and Public Interest Organizations (Post 1 of 3)
Last month, I was fortunate enough to attend the Practising Law Institute’s program on Social Media for Non-Profits and Public Interest Organizations.
If you have been reading Please Advise for awhile, you might have noticed a couple changes to the site. If you’ve been reading Please Advise from a mobile device or tablet you’ve definitely noticed. We spruced up our digs, shook off our old, dated look and moved into the mobile future.
I was talking with a friend the other day about training lawyers and it occurred to me that someone must have worked through why it is so important to teach lawyers to fail.