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Attend the 20th Annual Law Firm Leaders Forum Oct 8-9 in NYC – Brought to you by the Legal Executive Institute

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When: OCT 08 – 09, 2015 Where: New York, NY – The Pierre Join us this October as the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute proudly presents the 20th Anniversary of Law Firm Leaders at The Pierre Hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Continuing the forum’s unrivaled tradition of industry-defining content and professional networking, the 2015 program offers a …

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Legal Bloggers: Strategies for Increasing Your Readership

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So you have a blog. Great! Everyone – from legal marketers to managing partners – has probably told you that writing a regular blog will establish you as a thought leader and drive business development. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. Finding a blog on the Internet is akin to picking out a needle from a …

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Key Elements of Lawyers’ Professional and Personal Satisfaction Identified

George Washington Law Review has published “the first theory-guided empirical research seeking to identify the correlates and contributors to the well-being and life satisfaction of lawyers.” A New York Times blog boiled it down: “Lawyers With Lowest Pay Report More Happiness.” In short, a lot of lawyers were surveyed in a scientific way. The ones …

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Want to Build Business? Here’s How to Be a Better Networker

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Few would argue that networking always has been and likely always will be an important aspect of building and maintaining a successful law practice. Networking is how lawyers connect with prospective clients and referral sources, build trust and loyalty, and develop the types of individual relationships that can lead to new business. It’s also time-consuming …

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Three Steps to Leverage LinkedIn for Your Law Firm

I have yet to find an attorney who could not benefit from having their profile on LinkedIn. It’s the number one online network for white-collar professionals. Whether you want to connect with non-competing attorneys, non-legal professionals, or potential clients, the demographics on LinkedIn speak for themselves: The average age range of a LinkedIn user is …

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