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Summary: Law firms are learning they are vulnerable to hackers, but most firms don’t realize they are doing things wrong and making themselves even more vulnerable.
Summary: Law firms make a lot of mistakes when they are trying to reel in clients, so learn from these mistakes to make your law firm better.
Summary: Headshots are an important part of a law firm’s marketing strategy. Follow these tips to make sure your law firm is doing its best to attract clients.
Summary: A website can be the make-it or break-it factor for a law firm when it comes down to attracting more clients.
Summary: Preparing for disaster is part of representing clients well.
Summary: What sorts of measures can firms take to prevent cybersecurity breaches? By implementing simple, but careful security measures, a firm can save itself the massive headache of a cybersecurity breach, one that may cause permanent damage to a firm’s reputation.
Summary: The following tips will help you improve your law firm’s profits by changing the way those in charge think about traditional business practices.
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Summary: What two key aspects of law firm marketing are most firms ignoring?
Summary: With the changing face of the legal realm, it can be difficult to figure out what steps need to be taken for law firm succession planning.
Summary: Your law firm likely has set policies regarding leave, compensation, and more. Protect your firm and its members by implementing a drug and alcohol policy.
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The activities that comprise a law firm’s marketing mix–business development, promotion, and client care— almost always have a major impact on a firm’s IT planning.
Unless you've been in the cast of ''Survivor,'' you are aware that associate salaries have taken a dramatic jump in recent months. Law firms across the country, and certainly in Washington, have had to grapple with the impact that rising associate salaries will have on their firm.
Practice Groups are increasingly becoming the way law firms manage their businesses, including a significant component of the marketing agenda. The following ten ideas will help practice groups - and especially their leaders - decide the best ways to manage and focus their marketing activities.
Several years ago, an article appeared in the McKinsey Quarterly commenting on the state of the legal profession.
When law firms first began to develop marketing programs the focus was largely on communications and promotion, and their efforts focused on such activities as seminars, media relations and newsletters. They bore little resemblance to the corporate marketing model, with its heavy emphasis on research and product or service development and delivery. The law firm marketing focus was on visibility and had little influence on firm management decision-making.
With many associates placing less of an emphasis on reaching equity partnership, law firms are responding by creating new tracks that still allow for career advancement to keep them interested.
Many law firms have grown dramatically over the past few years. The challenge for any firm that has experienced fast growth is to be able to capitalize on the firm's new platform. The larger and more diverse and dispersed a firm becomes, the more attention must be focused on managing it. The reality is that growing a firm requires substantial investment in effective management to ensure the firm gets an acceptable return on its investment in growth.