Having a law firm blog is one way to keep pace with your competitors and is becoming more of a standard practice for law firms in the internet age. However, unlike most businesses with an online presence, detailed ethical obligations apply to lawyers whenever they're communicating with the public, especially online. This article will help you get a handle on these rules before starting your law firm blog to make sure you start off on the right foot.
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Most clients don't know how to judge the depth of your knowledge, skill, judgment or experience. After all, they didn't go to law school and you did, so they couldn't possibly appreciate what you know. But they can measure what they see and feel.
While there are many different approaches out there, here are nine tips for new attorneys wondering where to start on building their network.
Because legal marketing on the Internet has become a mainstream practice, it is now more important than ever to have a website that can capture an audience and convert common website hits into actual, paying clients. Having a firm identity is a key element in the process, and is central to a successful marketing plan. This article will explain the primary considerations for creating an identity that will work for you.
There's no single, "one-size-fits-all" set of ethics rules that apply to every law firm's online legal marketing activities.