With the influx of capital into the legal industry, we’re seeing a number of lawyer-client matching sites.
The day is going to soon come when law firms do away with lawyer profiles on their websites. This from White & Case CMO, Michael Hertz (@MichaelHertz), during our LMA panel discussion last week.
Far too many lawyers see blogging and other social media as way to garner personal attention and traffic to their websites.
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As part of an LMA panel discussion, a high level-study was done of law firm managing partners use of social.
While some legal marketing professionals have proven adept in their use of social media, I have not seen as many law firm CMO’s blogging and using other social media such as Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Facebook.