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If you made it through all three years of law school, passed the bar exam and are now practicing law, you probably already realized that there are plenty of things law school did not teach you. How to market yourself and develop business effectively happen to be at the top of that list of essential skills you did not learn during your 1L, 2L or 3L years.
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By Melissa “Rogo” Rogozinski
Driving Growth Through Client Success and Thought Leadership
Business development is a critical part of a law firm’s growth strategy. It balances client success, competitive marketing and new acquisitions in order to sustain the firm’s reputation as a high-quality service provider. It is the bridge between marketing and sales. Here are six steps to building a modern business development plan that is guaranteed to drive growth through client success and thought leadership.
By Sarah Brodsky
How can you make your user experience the best it can be for all potential clients, and lead with empathy and equity as you demonstrate your knowledge? That’s where your law firm’s SEO strategy comes into play.
By Chris Mangano and Edward Keck, Jr.
We are all “custodians of data.” Law firms specifically are stewards of some of the most sensitive information stored and shared; a fact that doesn’t elude nefarious cybercriminal syndicates. Below are some of the top cybersecurity risks affecting law firms.
By Lorrie Thomas Ross
While all firms have marketing initiatives in place, that does not necessarily mean you’re doing all you can to optimize your marketing efforts. If you’d like to get more out of the time, money and effort you spend on marketing, read on to make sure you aren’t making one of these common marketing mistakes.