Tag: social media for law firms

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), […]

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 […]

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 […]

How can law help facilitate more efficient flow of Asia-Pacific trade? An interview with Prakash Pillai

The Singapore Academy of Law is organizing an international conference on January 21 and 22, 2016 in Singapore with a focus on the increasing homogenization of cross-border trade practices and regulatory mechanisms amid rising economic integration in […]

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 […]

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 […]

2 reasons why international lawyers should be on Twitter

Bruce MacEwen, lawyer and consultant to the legal profession, and author of Adam Smith Esq. blog – recently wrote a blogpost about why he’s not on Twitter. As MacEwen outlines, he believes Twitter has “always been a […]

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 […]

Lawyers can connect internationally through blogging

As many lawyers are aware, the internet has changed the way in which lawyers and law firms connect with clients.  As more and more people are seeking news and information online – naturally lawyers need to adapt […]

Legal social media entrepreneurs gaining ground in Hong Kong

The Sheung Wan section of Hong Kong is an eclectic mix of the traditional and the modern – about a mile from the city’s gleaming office towers.  It’s here that I met Stephen Lai, Managing Director of Hong Kong-based Conventus […]

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 […]