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Let’s face it â€” most lawyers and law firms all do the same thing (handle complex legal issues for clients) and a lot of them look the same and sound the same (unfortunately). So, how do you differentiate your firm? There are dozens of ways you can do this — through practice, industry or geographic focus, for example — but one aspect of law firms that is becoming increasingly of interest to clients — and an area that might offer opportunities for differentiation — is law firm commitment to increasing and sustaining diversity.
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How to Waste Time and Money In Legal Marketing
By Gina F. Rubel
Almost daily, I receive an email promising better SEO rankings, better news pick up for a law firm press release, a better law firm website, blog and social media content that will bring in clients, and access to contacts across the globe. Unfortunately, these sales pitches are usually a colossal waste of time. Here are some examples of solicitations that should be deleted as soon as you receive them.
Shrinking Demand? Top 7 Reasons Firms Are Leveraging Experience Data
By Jason Noble
While the competition for outside legal services has never been more intense, the strategic approach firms take — including a strategic approach to technology — will define whether the market pressures are a threat or opportunity.
Financial Strategies to Optimize Your Technology Spend
By Mike Henderson, Whitney Jones, and Bill Pitcairn
Uncertain and challenging markets are times when firms and organizations of all types conserve cash. If this can be achieved without cutting needed projects, equipment or services to ensure successful returns to the office, then this is clearly an ideal financial strategy.
Marketing Tech: Legal Ops Success In an Uncertain Economy
By Ari Kaplan
Ari Kaplan speaks to leaders in legal ops on key themes emerged that are likely to drive new initiatives in 2023.