Practical Guide to Marketing for Lawyers

Out now: 'A practical guide to marketing for lawyers' book

The result of several months of hard work, our just-published book titled 'A practical guide to marketing for lawyers' is now available to buy. Our hot-off-the-press publication contains nine chapters ranging from branding and budget setting to social media and strategy, with a series of essential checklists at the end to help you through your various marketing tasks.

Those lawyers and barristers' clerks lacking marketing expertise and operating with more modest funds can find the guidance they need in our practical book which provides a comprehensive overview of each element of marketing communications. Written in layman’s terms, it’s ideal for newcomers and seasoned marketers alike.

Read more, download a free sample chapter and order your copy from Amazon.

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London Legal Network Group

London Legal Network Group

We are delighted to be a part of the London Legal Networking Group - a group comprising of Barristers, Solicitors, Paralegals, Barrister Clerks, Court staff, as  well as other legal professionals from across the legal sector.

Dedicated to bringing people together from all sectors of  the legal industry, to meet and have fun in a relaxed, informal environment, this group will give the opportunity for legal professionals to meet up and build effective relationships on a more personal level.

Information on joining the group can be found here 

 

 

 

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IBC Annual Conference

IBC Annual Conference

We are delighted to be invited back to the IBC Annual Conference on 19th November at Nottingham Conference Centre.
In conjunction with Hayley Eutace, Editor of Legal 500 Bar Directory, we will be holding a workshop looking at what constitutes a successful directory submission and how rankings are decided.
To book your place, please contact the IBC directly.

 

 

 

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BSB delivery models research programme

We were delighted to join a number of industry heavyweights at the Delivery Models Research Programme Roundtable on 12th May hosted by the Bar Standards Board.

The event looked at the various delivery models in use by barristers and chambers along with their structures, governance, marketing strategies and service procedures.

The aim of the on-going research is for the BSB to gain a clear understanding of the current and trending market characteristics for barristers’ services.

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