Category: Social Media for Lawyers

Opportunities for law firms in the ASEAN region. An interview with Laurent Tam NGUYEN

Vietnam-based Laurent Tam NGUYEN has more than twenty-five years’ experience leading marketing and business development operations in b2b professional services, e-business and commercial property.  His experience includes heading regional communications and marketing initiatives for leading ASEAN-region legal services organizations […]

Why Malaysian Law Firms Should Publish about Belt and Road

Malaysian law firms would be wise to consider publishing insights about local market and legal conditions surrounding Belt and Road infrastructure development for both domestic and foreign companies. Malaysia is poised to receive more Belt and Road […]

3 essential social media channels for small law firms

Small law firms operating in competitive local, regional and international markets can gain an advantage should they adopt and properly manage 3 key social media channels. As Daniel Decker explained last year in Law Technology Today (LTT), […]

5 ways your law firm can win new work from the Japan-EU Free Trade Agreement

Japan and the European Union have just announced what the Japan Times has called “a broad agreement…on free trade”.  As the European Commission detailed in a press release — “an agreement in principle on the main elements […]

Big4 accounting firms emerge as Belt and Road thought leaders

Belt and Road growing in size and scope The growing impact and importance of China’s Belt and Road international infrastructure development initiative was on display last week in Beijing as leaders from 28 nations gathered to discuss […]

Asia-Pacific law firms: Become a thought leader on emerging issues to attract new clients

A June, 2016 article by James Bliwas, Toronto-based business development consultant to law firms, details how firms can attract the attention of clients with strategic publishing efforts.  The concepts Bliwas details can and should be applied to […]

As competition from foreign law firms increases: 3 questions for Malaysia’s lawyers

More foreign law firms entering the Malaysian market As a recent report in FMT News details, Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) is now the second foreign law firm to enter Malaysia.  The Malaysian Bar Council recently issued HSF […]

3 ways Singapore law firms can secure more US clients

The United States is Singapore’s largest foreign direct investor As Kirk Wagar, United States Ambassador to Singapore and Ashok Mirpuri, the Singapore Ambassador to the United States have outlined in the Straits Times, “with over 3,700 US […]

Why sophisticated content wins the attention of the General Counsel

An article by Jennifer Smith (@SmithJenBK) in the Wall Street Journal Law Blog outlines advice for law firms from Gregory B. Jordan,  former global managing partner of Reed Smith LLP and now general counsel of PNC Financial Services Group Inc […]

5 blogging topics that will attract foreign clients to your law practice

As recent reports reflect, the demand for legal services is continuing to globalize.  Within this development lies opportunity for lawyers to expand their foreign client base.  One excellent method to help lawyers gain the attention of foreign […]

TheMalaysianLawyer.com is launched: An interview with co-founder Marcus van Geyzel

As Office Parrots blog outlined last month, two “seasoned Malaysian legal professionals with more than ten years’ experience [recently came] together to launch TheMalaysianLawyer.com.  Founded by Lee Shih, Partner with Skrine, and Marcus van Geyzel, Partner with Peter Ling & van Geyzel, […]

Australian law firm LegalVision is generating 20 new customer leads per day from their blog

Australian online law firm LegalVision is generating 20 new customer leads per day from their inbound content strategy, according to their CEO and Founder Lachlan McKnight.  McKnight outlined the firm’s strategy in an interview this week with the […]

Amid Asia’s infrastructure boom, professional services firms need social media

Asia’s massive infrastructure opportunity On June 4th, Luke Sayers (@LukeSayers), CEO of PwC in Australia and Vice-Chair of PwC Asia, Tweeted: “Infrastructure development in #Asia will lead to a wave of opportunity for Australia. What’s next…and what’s needed?” […]

Why lawyers don’t always need social media

A recent blogpost by LexBlog CEO Kevin O’Keefe entitled: How can law firms engage companies on social media? – raises the question of the limitations of social media’s use in legal marketing and business development. As O’Keefe […]