It’s human nature to want the quick fix, easy road, fast buck, etc. That is why it is not surprising that so many legal professionals are looking for ways to benefit from web marketing without having to invest any time or money.
The truth is, no one can market YOU better than YOU.
While marketing consultants can provide you with the knowledge, tools, and methodology, they will never be quite as good as representing you, than you are.
That is why investing your ..read more
Jeff Nischwitz, the Founder and Chief Question Officer of ThinkAgainCoaching.com, discusses the three fundamentals for networking and building relationships that will grow your law practice.
Networking is about meeting people and looking for relationships. Through relationships you can build referral networks and they’ll help you with your personal life and practice.
Relationships are not about business or personal, according to Jeff, they are about helping.
Here are 3 core things you can thing about in achieving value.
1. Be committed to giving and helping. ..read more
What are the qualities for New York Immigration Law Firm Success?
The following is Spar & Bernstein’s “10 Commandments” for Being a Successful Immigration Attorney…
1. Thou shall always help our clients understand the process and what’s happening in her or his case.2. Thou shall always stay current and update our knowledge on immigration because immigration laws are constantly changing.
3. Thou shall always fully document everything Immigration asks for, never making the assumption they’ll read between the lines.
4. Thou shall always be ..read more
Ben Neiberger of Neiberger Law discusses growing your legal practice through networking and the use of contact-management software.
In this interview Attorney Ben Neiberger was asked:
what can you do to grow your legal business?
how is the business changing?
what do small firms need to do today?
One of the best ways in today’s economy to do your marketing and get business in, according to Attorney Neiberger, is networking. Some great ways to meet a lot of attorneys & network are…
1. volunteer for public speaking through ..read more
Edward Adams is the editor and publisher or the ABA Journal. He discusses how the Legal Rebels Project evolved and talks about how the practice of law has changed over the past several years. He poses the question “How will the practice of law be changed by this recession and what will the profession look like after it’s over?”
The Legal Rebels Project will profiles lawyer innovators called legal rebels and discusses how each is trying to change the practice of law. ..read more
Meet New York Immigration Lawyer Brad Bernstein from The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, P.C. located in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Hi Brad – how long have you been handling immigration in NY and NYC?
I started working in this office in September of 1993, right after I graduated from Brooklyn Law School. But I was admitted to practice law in New York in January of 1994.
What types of cases do you handle most often? What are your favorite types of cases? ..read more
Meet New York criminal defense lawyer Lisa Pelosi – a solo practice attorney practicing in the state of NY with an office located in Manhattan. Lisa handles cases all over NYS and NYC as well as Federal criminal cases in and out of New York.
Hi Lisa – you’ve been a practicing criminal defense lawyer in NYC for over 20 years. What types of cases do you handle most often?
Yes I have started my career 25 years ago as a NYC ..read more
I like to follow, study and learn from various lawyer marketing strategies out there. I’ve been following the work of New York attorney Gerry Oginski and in my opinion he is an excellent marketer. Here he describes how he became a marketer of his legal services.
Gerry had his “Aha” moment, he says in his LawyersVideoStudio blog, about two years ago. He was working on a series of educational videos for his legal practice to educate and help viewers understand how New York personal injury ..read more