Lawyers and law firms have unique marketing needs, and Muse Communications is uniquely qualified to help meet them.
Our marketing and public relations pros have been serving the Texas legal community since 1997. Our clients have included large law firms, boutiques, and individual lawyers engaged in a wide variety of practice areas.
We understand both the cultural and regulatory environment that governs legal marketing, and we strive to provide services that are both creative and compliant with State Bar of Texas Advertising Rules.
The smartest lawyers find ways to get multiple uses out of those efforts by recycling their content in a variety of other formats.
In kickoff meetings with new clients, most of them make a similar confession: “Just so you know,” they say, “I’m not good on LinkedIn.”
And when I check out their LinkedIn profiles, I discover that they are right.
A significant portion of a legal marketer’s job these days is spent navigating lawyer awards. When a lawyer receives a noteworthy award, we want to publicize it, typically with an announcement on the firm’s website, on their social media and possibly via a dedicated email announcement.
However, discerning the authenticity and value of these awards can be a challenge.
If you recently received a notification from one of the reputable "best lawyers" lists, you may be wondering how to get the most mileage out of the recognition. If you didn't get one of those notifications, you might want to know how to improve your chances of making such a list.
We'll cover both of those in this article.