September 27, 2021

Volume XI, Number 270

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September 27, 2021

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Business of Law, Legal Marketing and Law Office Management News

Marketing of legal services can be a challenging endeavor.  With the major changes impacting the industry, and a greater emphasis placed on legal operations and efficiency in delivery of services, law firm marketing departments are under immense pressure to deliver innovation and results.  Law firms are slow to change and embrace concepts other professional services have integrated into their processes and procedures. The National Law Review covers the latest trends, stories, and news, as it relates to the area of legal marketing—both for solo practitioners and for individuals working in large law firm marketing and business development departments.

Visitors will always find timely, regularly updated information from legal professionals in the industry. Legal marketing topics, use of social media campaigns to increase site traffic, law firm development, email marketing, best practices for companies to engage in, and legal repercussions when certain laws/standards are not met by organizations, are discussed by legal marketing experts who write for the National Law Review.  In this rapidly evolving industry, there is a fresh take and new ideas, as well as summaries of the best research available. Written with the specific requirements and constraints of the legal industry in mind, the experts on legal marketing provide insight into trends in the industry, as well as analysis of best practices for attorneys and legal marketers.

Solo-practitioners will find the legal marketing advice from the National Law Review to be invaluable for building their practice, with advice on how to maximize your legal website for SEO, how to make online reviews work for you, and how to make your website accessible to everyone.  Along with practical advice on day-to-day processes like lead conversion and social media, there is also big picture analysis, like the benefits of building a niche law practice.

Featuring articles from legal marketing experts across the industry, the National Law Review is an invaluable resource for both solo-practitioners and legal marketers working in-house.

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Date Title Organization
22
Apr
Creating a Data-Driven Culture Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS)
21
Apr
Another Case on Criminal Defendants Waiving Ineffective Assistance Claims Armstrong Teasdale
15
Apr
English Tribunal Confirms Litigation Privilege Can Apply in Competition Authority Investigations McDermott Will & Emery
14
Apr
Consular Corner & Travel Tips Greenberg Traurig, LLP
14
Apr
Venue and value for attorney liens -- McCoy v. Hershewe Law Firm (Mo. App. W.D. Apr. 10, 2012) Armstrong Teasdale
13
Apr
Crisis Management in the Age of Cybercrime Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS)
27
Mar
High Court Rules Defendants Entitled to Competent Lawyer in Rejecting Plea Bargains Ifrah Law
25
Mar
Preventing Corporate Espionage Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS)
24
Mar
How Zappos Defused a Potential Online Privacy Crisis Ifrah Law
23
Mar
Loser Pays Most Electronic Discovery Costs? Not So Fast Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
15
Mar
Custom Software and Technology Development. Do You Actually Own the Deliverable(s)? Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
13
Mar
Federal Judge Approves Predictive Coding Technology for e-Discovery Greenberg Traurig, LLP
12
Mar
Nevada Case Points to Perils of Assertion of 5th Amendment in Civil Cases Ifrah Law
12
Mar
What To Consider When Seeking Legal Services in Spanish Varnum LLP
9
Mar
Law Firm Culture: Understand Before Joining; Embrace to Succeed Strategic Writing And Ghostwriting
6
Mar
Real Property Tax Complaints and the Unauthorized Practice of Law in Ohio Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
4
Mar
Law Firm Entitled to Damages for “Loss of Peace of Mind” After Insurer Withdrew from Defense Based on “Known Claims” Exclusion Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
4
Mar
"Forfeiture-for-Competition" Agreements: A Better Alternative to Restrain Post-Employment Activity? Much Shelist, P.C.
25
Feb
Don't Be A Block Quote Fundamentalist Hunton Andrews Kurth
21
Feb
Do Law Students Receive Sufficient Real-World Training? Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

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