If you’re looking to get quoted in the media as an expert in your practice area, one of the best ways to establish your expertise with reporters is through a consistent, robust blogging practice.
Congratulations to everyone who just passed the bar exam. That’s quite an accomplishment.
If you’re going into private practice, much of your success or failure will be determined by how much business you can develop. Now is the time to build the habits you’ll need to bring in clients later in your career.
Read on for some tips.
With our pandemic quarantine nearing an end (fingers crossed), more and more law firms are looking to step back in to the marketing game in anticipation of increased legal demand.
For those who get their business from referrals (as opposed to advertising and search engine results), I always recommend taking these two steps to figure out the best and smartest way to spend their limited marketing resources.
Sharing your law firm’s news and substantive legal posts via social media is one of the most potent (and absolutely free) ways to amplify firm accomplishments and your lawyers’ valuable thought leadership.
Finally. Election Night in America is over. And it only took three-and-a-half months.
As grateful as we are for the ads and debates and unending ballot-counting to be over, there are some lessons law firms can learn from political campaigns about how to rise above the noise and get noticed in a competitive environment.
If you’re a Dallas lawyer who recently received an email from D Magazine notifying you that you made their list of Best Lawyers in Dallas, congrats! This blog post will give you some ideas for what to do next.
If you’re a Dallas lawyer who didn’t get one of those emails, but you wish you did, we’ve got some tips for you too.