Starting a law career in 2020 definitely has its challenges. Despite this, lawyer Willie Peacock, imparts some wisdom for the new up-and-coming lawyers. “Know that you will not just be okay—you will thrive because you have what it takes to help reinvent this industry.”
Studies have shown the positive effectives of maintaining your mental and physical well-being. For lawyers, focusing on their well-being is crucial due to the nature of their work. If you and your colleagues are looking to implement well-being initiatives at their law firms, here are a few tips to help you get started.
“Law has been big business for decades, but only recently has significant venture capital, private equity, and entrepreneur money been pumped into the legal sector…Why the sudden legal investment boom; what’s changed; and what does it portend?”
If you are a user of social media, you may have come across the words “personal branding” at some point on the web. Creating an online presence that is more “personable” can help breakdown the wall between you and your potential clients and initiate some level of trust before they even meet you.
In today’s competitive marketing landscape, potential clients are looking for authority and authenticity when searching for law firms to hire. To help generate leads, law firms are increasingly using infographics to help demystify and explain complex legal concepts to attract potential clients and advertise their services.
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Jessylyn Los Banos is a content developer for law firms at Custom Legal Marketing.