Good post today on the BufferSocial blog about 12 Facebook tactics they say are the best for getting attention and traction for your Facebook posts.
In our 2013 entry “The Law: What’s Love Got To Do With It?“, we noted the movement toward integrative law, which “Pauline Tesler, director of the Integrative Law Institute, believes… is the next ‘huge wave coming to the legal profession.’
Dress codes may vary greatly between law firms. They may even vary from office to office within the same firm. Here are some tips you can follow to make sure you always dress the part.
As we lead up to the Legal Marketing Association‘s Annual Conference, the importance of communicating the value of attending any conference to those back in the office has been in the forefront of my mind.
Lawyers are searching for that edge, that thing that will differentiate them and attract more clients. In a world with lots of lawyers, having that edge can make the difference between being the rainmaker and just getting wet.
In most law firms, brainstorming processes are dominated by power partners or simply those with force of personality. When this happens, the scope of the process is narrowed and many participants may be disenfranchised.
John Quinn, name partner at AmLaw 100 business litigation firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, made news recently with the simple contention that marketing is every lawyer’s job.
A recent ABA Journal article reported on the demise of a successful law firm that had been in business for 60 years.