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4 Compelling Reasons Why Lawyers Should Consider Starting a Podcast

4 Compelling Reasons Why Lawyers Should Consider Starting a Podcast

Lawyers are building new and innovative thought leadership platforms using video and audio. Cultivating a reputation as a thought leader is the best form of legal marketing because it allows a lawyer to create a credible, authentic relationship with prospects and meet them where they are, which is online, in control, and searching for solutions to […]

Consider this Version of the Reptile: It’s Not Fear, It’s Anger

Consider this Version of the Reptile: It’s Not Fear, It’s Anger

Defendants in many areas of litigation are likely familiar at this point with the Reptile approach to trying plaintiffs’ cases. A central pillar of the strategy, and its namesake, is the idea that personally relevant fear appeals can be wielded in order to awaken the primitive, or ‘reptile,’ regions of the brain, and that cognitive […]

Lawyers, this Approach Can Backfire on You

Lawyers, this Approach Can Backfire on You

Be very careful. If this is not your style, then suddenly adapting it because you think everyone else is doing it is going to backfire on you. Lately, I have seen some people produce content that has them jumping at the camera and using bigger sounds and more drama in their audio. I am all […]

When a Lawyer Gets Overwhelmed with Fear, Anxiety and Depression in Their Life

When a Lawyer Gets Overwhelmed with Fear, Anxiety and Depression in Their Life

Are you a lawyer who privately struggles with stress, anxiety, depression, addiction and you don’t know where to turn? Do you know a fellow lawyer or anyone else who struggles with fear and various mental health issues and do not know how to help relieve their suffering? If so, there is hope for your situation. […]

Connecting with Clients

Connecting with Clients

SUCCESSFUL ADVOCATION FOR REAL PEOPLE, WITH REAL PROBLEMS BEGINS WITH HUMAN LEVEL CONNECTION “What may work for other firms is not necessarily what works for us. We do not follow trends but do our own thing and we take that philosophy to each case and in the operation of our own office,” says Andy Van […]

Is the Sky Falling Yet? 2019 Law Firms in Transition Survey

Is the Sky Falling Yet? 2019 Law Firms in Transition Survey

The results of the 2019 Altman Weil annual Law Firms in Transition survey are receiving well-deserved interest from law firm leadership. This year, 362 law firms participated in this annual bench-marking survey. The good news is that most law firms are experiencing improved financial performance. And the issues surrounding what clients are expecting is becoming […]

HOW AND WHY Employers Use Recruiters

HOW AND WHY Employers Use Recruiters

When Companies Use Recruiters For in-house legal positions, companies use recruiters for a variety of reasons, explains Joanna. In-house searches can be quite difficult in terms of finding the right person for a specific role in a legal department. Since such hires may only happen rarely, a company may not have a talent acquisition group […]

8 Key Law Firm Strategy Takeaways

8 Key Law Firm Strategy Takeaways

The Legal Marketing Association’s National Conference was held in Atlanta recently; over 1,500 professionals gathered to learn from industry experts, take pointers from key outside consultants and, most importantly, hear from clients. Several key themes continued to arise in conversations and presentations: Client service and experience is more critical than it’s ever been. Law firms […]

A Specialized Personal Injury & Mass Tort Trial Firm. Getting Extraordinary Results for Ordinary People

A Specialized Personal Injury & Mass Tort Trial Firm. Getting Extraordinary Results for Ordinary People

Creating the Right Team to Take on Select Cases that Excite Attorneys, Right Wrongs and Remake the Lives of Clients “I’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit. I wanted to work with like-minded attorneys who truly wanted to help people that have been harmed. I wanted to take the cases I found inspiring. And I wanted […]

Making a Move with a Purpose

Making a Move with a Purpose

Three to five years into an associate’s legal career is the prime time for associates to consider making lateral moves within the various legal markets. Most firms are looking at candidates at this experience level with very specific credentials and experience to fill precise needs. An amazing thing happens, however, once a candidate submits his […]

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