Technology has done a lot to make life in general a lot more complex. Instead of worrying only about printed marketing materials, and a few other things, now there’s so much more to worry about. But, at the same time, it’s made a whole lot about legal marketing easier as well. That’s the point Per Casey, President & CEO of Tenrec, raises in speaking to us at the 2014 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference.
Now, more than ever, legal marketing departments have the ability to move the needle and make a difference with their law firms. From the combination of tools available to the fact that it’s an industry thirsty for innovation, now is as good as time as any to be a legal marketer. Seth Apple, Business Development Manager at Davis Polk & Wardwell, joins me to explain why.
For lawyers, getting work has always been so closely tied to one’s reputation. Lawyers, for a long time, have done everything they can to create a sense of authority around their practice area—and now, they have more tools than ever to use in doing this. Jabez LeBret, co-author of Online Law Practice Strategies, joins us at the 2014 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference to discuss what he’s seeing on this front.
The death of the billable hour is near. Or, if most buys of legal services had their way, that’s how it’d be. As such, law firms must look at switching up their billing and going to an alternative pricing model. As part of LXBN TV’s coverage of the 2014 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference, I spoke with Akin Gump Chief Practice Officer Toby Brown on the subject.
Big data, at this point, is underutilized in almost every industry—and maybe none more so than in legal. In speaking with LXBN TV at the 2014 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference, Michigan State’s Daniel Martin Katz speaks with us on how big data and quantitative legal predictions can be used in the legal field.
As part of LXBN TV’s coverage of the 2014 Legal Marketing Association’s Annual Conference, Carmel & Naccasha Marketing Director Courtney Kienow shares her impressions of the event and some actionable guidance she’d learned through the first day—with a big tip being regular check-ins with your lawyers.