In this episode we discuss the ways psychology and the practice of law overlap, and how lawyers are using psychodrama and storytelling to win trials and run better law firms.
In this episode we speak with networking-guru Kelly Hoey, and learn about the ways lawyers can expand their influence, achieve their short and long term goals, and build their dream network.
We also take a look at an article from AboveTheLaw.com on ways lawyers can increase their networking skills.
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In this episode we talk about the justice system itself – what’s working, what’s not, and what may need a reboot – We also interview tort law professor and author Ben Barton about his book Rebooting Justice, and learn ways lawyers can address inequality in their legal ecosystems.
In this episode we learn how lawyers and law firms are using social media, specifically LinkedIn, to connect networks, find clients, and stay relevant. Our guest is LinkedIn legal marketer and consultant Rachel Tombs from Links2Leads.
In this episode we talk about workloads, burnout, and discover a new way for lawyers to reclaim their time – hire a virtual assistant. We cover an article from Balance.com on outsourcing legal work, and interview Dina Eisenberg from OutsourceEasier.com.
GUEST LINK – https://www.outsourceeasier.com/
In this episode, we dive into an article from Lexicata.com about synthesizing online and offline marketing for lawyers and law firms – we interview legal marketing expert, Nick Pavlidis, and uncover ways lawyers and law firms can bridge the digital and real world and get the most out of their marketing efforts.
GUEST LINK – www.attorneymarketinginstitute.com
In this episode, we’re focusing on productivity in your law firm, the busy-ness of business, and how stopping something could be the start of something great!
We discuss time management as we review an article from Forbes.com, and we get into productivity and how lawyers can start owning their time, with legal business coach Stephanie Wachman
GUEST LINK – stephaniewachman.com
In this episode, we discuss “The 3 P’s of Legal Branding” from AttorneyAtWork.com and continue our conversation with Chase College of Law Legal Marketing Adjunct Professor, Helen Bukulmez – How can lawyers embrace marketing, discover their brand, and be authentic on the web? Let’s find out –
News Article – https://www.attorneyatwork.com/three-ps-of-lawyer-branding/
In this episode, we discuss the differences between word-of-mouth referrals and digital marketing by reviewing an article from Forbes.com, and learn how marketing is being taught in law schools today in our interview with Helen Bukulmez, who teaches Marketing for Lawyers at Chase College of Law.