Legal marketing case studies – Digital marketing at The Law Society Law Management Conference 2017

Posted on: April 25, 2017 Private client lawyers

I recently attended The Law Society’s Law Management Section conference (#LMSConf2017 https://events.lawsociety.org.uk/ClientApps/Silverbear.Web.EDMS/public/default.aspx?tabId=37&id=1428&orgId=1&guid=1155d437-8a7a-467d-87cf-2c38cfd6fbe3) There were lots of excellent presentations and this blog (one of three) summarises the information relating to legal marketing case studies. The Law Society At the start of the conference Robert Bourns, President of The Law Society, mentioned that The Law Society’s campaign […]

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Where do I start? Business Development for Lawyers (MBL Private Client Training July 2015)

Posted on: July 21, 2015

At a recent MBL seminar on “Developing and sustaining your private client practice” https://www.mblseminars.com/Outline?progid=5747&AddSeminarToBasket=1026988 a delegate said that while she found the day really good, she had so many ideas that she didn’t know where to start. So this blog post is for her. 1. Understand the numbers Make friends with the folk who produce […]

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Seven thoughts on private client marketing (June 2015)

Posted on: June 19, 2015

I facilitated “Developing and sustaining your private client practice” courses in London and Bristol for MBL during the early part of June 2015. It seems that private client marketing is high on many law firms’ agendas. The full day session covers a variety of topics – strategy and planning, market analysis, human resources management, product development, […]

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Elderly, grey, silver, mature or hyperactive?

Posted on: August 8, 2008

This week I was asked to present a training session on the subject of marketing to the elderly market. Quite a tricky one as it is right in the middle of consumer marketing land whereas I am a native of business-to-business marketing country. Anyway. I did a fair bit of research over the past few […]

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