LawBiz Blog bills itself as "your practical guide to profit." Topics include running a law firm as well as profitably exiting by selling a law practice. It contains advice on law practice management and technology, linking to relevant articles and podcasts. Some of the podcasts are interviews done by blawg author Ed Poll.
"LawLearn features commentary on the evolution of the legal marketplace and legal education and practice tips for attorneys. LawLearn addresses the challenges facing the legal profession, offers ways to improve attorney and law student education and training to best meet those challenges, and helps those in the legal field keep up with our constantly evolving profession. LawLearn is a community for attorneys, legal education & placement professionals, current and future law students, CLE presenters and course planners, and legal services providers."
"Better law practice through better people management." Topics include LPOs, the recession, partner compensation and diversity.
"A blog dedicated to legal marketing, client development, and technology for law firms. You’ll find informative posts on topics that affect you on a daily basis, including legal marketing, client development, and technology for law firms."
Posts discuss legal marketing, client development and strategy. Popular posts include "What to Expect in the 2012 Legal Market," "7 Questions to Improve Your Marketing" and "Why Product Sales Techniques Don't Work in Legal Service Sales".
"Blog posts address how attorneys can reach their goals in four areas: career, marketing, productivity and life balance."
This blawg covers best practices in online marketing for law firms and individual attorneys.
"The lawyering survival guide, featuring posts on blogging, careers, ethics, marketing, going paperless, practice management, starting a law firm, and technology." The blawg also produces an occasional newsletter, Lawyerist Insider.
Posts offer practical tips on how lawyers can use their social media to benefit their law firms; news on new legal technologies; suggestions for law practice management and client intake; and alerts about upcoming CLE webinars offered by Avvo.
Leadership for Lawyers focuses on issues of leadership, practice management, and marketing for professional service firms.
"Best practices, updated every Wednesday."
Posts about media relations and legal communications involved with litigation, including reviews of classic cases, cases in the news and tips for litigators.
"Positioning law firms for maximum success: helping lawyers and law firm managers create more productive, profitable and enjoyable practices."
"Legal Ink Magazine’s mission is to provide new insight into the ever-changing business of law. We hope to provide our readers with the information they need to run their practice more effectively, increase client satisfaction, and better manage their work/life balance."
"Provides information and insights on Internet legal marketing."
Law practice management, marketing and legal technology for small-firm lawyers.
The Legal Marketing Blog calls itself "a blog dedicated to legal marketing at any size firm."
Legal marketing, advertising and branding news, developments and trends are covered in this blog for Canadian lawyers and law firm marketers.
Public relations and marketing tips and information as well as law-related breaking news developments.
Posts from a solo practitioner about how solo and small-firm lawyers can best market their law firms and manage their firm's finances.
Posts discuss marketing through blogging and other social media; the latest "productivity" mobile apps; and work/life balance topics.
A philosophical approach to delivering greater client value and earning greater profit through modern business tools.
This blawg addresses strategies that lawyers can use in their professional development, business development, career management, and work/life balance.
A potpourri of legal and nonlegal topics of general interest. As the blawg itself puts it: “Likelihood of success on the merits” — 'likelihood of success' for short — is a term used by courts to describe one of the factors considered when evaluating whether to grant a preliminary injunction: In order to merit the 'unusual' remedy of preliminary relief, the party that wants the injunction has to be able to convince the court, on a preliminary basis — meaning before the record is fully developed — that one of the reasons it is entitled to temporary relief is that it will probably win the case anyway."
This blawg "discusses all aspects of law firm marketing, including business development, sales programs, client relationship building, market research, competitor analysis, practice group marketing, law firm branding, advertising and websites. It comments on external market forces as well as the internal issues of structure and staffing, and the relationship between lawyers and marketers. The blog also addresses the special challenges vendors face in selling to law firms and corporate law departments."< 1 2 3 4 5 > Last ›