Practicing attorney and social media enthusiast, Anthony Marrone, sought to solve those problems for his own law practice, and in doing so wrote a book, which draws together his research and provides concrete examples of how to use social media in your law practice. In exploring the social media field he quickly realized there is not a lot of guidance to attorneys for using these platforms as marketing tools. The books covers a wide-range of topics and there are actionable steps that the novice and the expert social media user can utilize to generate an increased following on any social media platform. Likewise, the book can be used as a manual for solo practitioners who may have a general law practice or a niche, or by big firm legal marketers looking to gain an edge on their competitors by helping their firm generate top-notch social media content. Some of the things you’ll learn include:
• Creating unique and engaging content for all social media platforms;
• Establishing a social media plan to consistently and regularly market your practice;
• Complying with all ethical rules and regulations while getting ahead of your competition using the latest industry trends.
Whether you are a social media novice, or consider yourself an expert looking to pick up the newest techniques and trends, learn how to market yourself and your law firm using ethically appropriate social media marketing strategies proven successful by some of the biggest companies in the world.
In this comprehensive survey and analysis of how new visual technologies are transforming both the practice and culture of American law, Neal Feigenson and Christina Spiesel explain how, when, and why legal practice moved from a largely words-only environment to one more dependent on and driven by images, and how rapidly developing technologies have further accelerated this change. They discuss older visual technologies, such as videotape evidence, and then current and future uses of visual and multimedia digital technologies, including trial presentation software and interactive multimedia. They also describe how law itself is going online, in the form of virtual courts, cyberjuries, and more, and explore the implications of law’s movement to computer screens. Throughout Law on Display, the authors illustrate their analysis with examples from a wide range of actual trials.
...without being looked upon as an ambulance chaser!
In How to Build Your Law Practice with a Book, legaland publishing experts Kenneth L. Hardison and Adam D. Witty provide a powerhouse of advice for attorneys eager to attract clients and gain a reputation as an authority in their area. They identify 21 key reasons that authoring a book can propel a lawyer to the top, including growth of credibility and recognition, publicity for years to come, and constant generation of new leads. With a book, a lawyer can become a trusted speaker and media source whose range of influence will far outpace the competition. This is an essential guide for attorneys who want to grow their law practice.