Tailored training delivered by legal marketing experts
With over 20 years’ in-house legal and marketing experience, we will give you the tools you need to succeed.
Social media has made legal services much more accessible
De-regulation and the rise of social media has dramatically changed the way clients search for legal services.
In the past, a prospective client would have relied on a word-of-mouth recommendation to decide which solicitor or barrister to use. Today, the same client will do plenty of research online before they even get in touch to discuss their case with you. They may look at your website as well as your Google reviews, Facebook page, and LinkedIn profiles as part of their background investigations.
As Sole Practitioners, small to medium sized Law Firms, Barristers and Mediators, you have a fantastic opportunity to represent yourself in the best possible light and help drive new enquiries into your practice. But as with any opportunity, you need the right skills, tools and techniques to capitalise on it.
Expertise that you can trust
With qualified Solicitors and legal marketing experts in our team, we have an extensive understanding of the legal sector. We know what it takes to market your legal practice effectively on social media. We have delivered social media training to Barristers, Solicitors, and many other legal professionals, receiving excellent feedback in the process:
Justin Sadler, Partner/ Solicitor, Barrett and Co Solicitors LLP
LinkedIn training for lawyers
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional social networking platform and it is a powerful tool in the hands of legal professionals. Our tailored training courses will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to succeed on LinkedIn, while teaching you how to use it to acquire new clients and grow your practice.
Key training areas could include:
- The art of Social Selling
- Creating the perfect LinkedIn Profile
- The networking potential of Groups
- Why recommendations and endorsements matter
- The value of Company Pages
- How to write and publish an effective LinkedIn blog
Our practical training will give you all of the advice, hints and tips that you need to start generating new enquiries for your Law Practice. Other forward-thinking Law Firms and Barristers Chambers are already using social media to stand out from the crowd. Can you afford not to?
Kirsty Swan, Employment Law Solicitor, Swan Craig Solicitors