Tag: law firm marketing

Demand for legal services continues to globalize

The demand for legal services is continuing to globalize, according to a recent report published by Managing Partner Forum and coauthored by Citi Private Bank and Hildebrandt Consulting. “The more global nature of legal work has particularly […]

Lawyers: 5 things to do when meeting with prospective clients

For business-focused lawyers, the process of winning new business can be made easier if tried-and-tested best practices are adopted and utilized.  As a follow-up to my post entitled: Lawyers: 5 places to find new foreign clients, I’ve compiled […]

Lawyers: 5 blogging topics that will attract foreign clients

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 […]

Lawyers: 5 places to find new foreign clients

As recent reports indicate, the demand for legal services is continuing to globalize. And while many of these reports tend to focus on work associated with larger law firms – lawyers in firms of all sizes can benefit […]

5 key business development strategies for international law firm networks

Sydney-based legal business development professional Richard Smith (RWS_01) shared an article on Twitter recently entitled: Special Report: Law firm networks — Catching the white whales by Natasha Bernal (@TheLawyerTasha) of The Lawyer. The article highlights the efforts […]

Asia’s lawyers have much to gain from joining Twitter

According to a new report by Seth Fitzgerald which appeared in Top Tech News today:  “In 2014, the Asia-Pacific region will account for 32.8% of all Twitter users, compared with 23.7% in North America, eMarketer estimates, and by […]

US law firms likely to continue to follow clients to Asia

Anthony Lin, writing in The Asian Lawyer last week, outlined the prospects for American law firms in Asia for the foreseeable future.  The bottom line of Lin’s article comes down to Lin’s prediction that the Asian marketplace […]

How can your law firm succeed in 2014?

As 2014 approaches, law firms in the Asia-Pacific Region are faced with much opportunity as a result of regional economic growth – but they also face growing competition to attract and retain clients. That’s why it’s worth […]

Impact of Asian legal market liberalization outlined at Seoul conference

The impact of legal market liberalization upon specific legal jurisdictions in Asia was the subject of a panel discussion last week at the Inter-Pacific Bar Association Annual Conference in Seoul, Korea. Lawyers in the midst of these changes which are bringing […]

Asian legal market set to double by 2017

The Asian legal market is set to double by 2017, making it the world’s second largest regional market.  That’s what delegates from around the world attending the Inter-Pacific Bar Association’s (IPBA) 23rd Annual Conference in Seoul were told today […]

Opportunities for law firms in Korea-US bilateral trade

The Inter-Pacific Bar Association Annual Meeting begins tomorrow here in Seoul – and I thought this would be a good opportunity to outline in particular what opportunities exist for lawyers in Korea and the US to capitalize upon the growing bilateral […]

How Hong Kong law firms can win in the China energy game

China has now become the world’s largest net importer of oil – having recently overtaken the United States in the role – according to Anthony Fensom, writing in The Diplomat this week.  Indeed, China’s energy needs are so great that available global sources of […]

Why Japan needs an energy law blog

Shoichi Itoh, Senior Analyst at the Institute of Energy Economics in Japan has outlined in an article published by the Brookings Institution the urgent need Japan has for energy resources post-Fukushima disaster.  As a result of Japan’s earthquake of some two […]

Indonesia’s growing economy a major opportunity for lawyers

“The Indonesian economy, the biggest in Southeast Asia” grew by 6.2% last year, as BBC News reported this week .  Down from 6.5% in 2011, the Indonesian economy still grew markedly faster than the US (2.2% ) and the EU […]