Posts tagged "legal accolades"

Case Study: Reaching the Right Clients

Attorneys want the phone to ring, signaling a steady stream of clients. But what happens when you don't just want a bunch of cases, but the right ones? What if you're looking to grow, but within a specific market?

Take Your Directory Listing to the Next Level

Spring has sprung. Well, actually winter is holding a little longer than expected in many parts of the United States. But that doesn't mean you can't find ways to send your law firm's business into full bloom.

Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars listees celebrate selections

One-hundred and twenty-five selectees from the 2018 Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists gathered in Minneapolis last week to rekindle friendships and celebrate together another year of successful practice.

How Will you Prove You're the "Best of the Best"?

There's a preconceived notion out there that attorneys fashion a high opinion of themselves. Whether it's the law school they attended or their win/loss record in cases, the stigma exists. Interestingly enough, in a recent Thomson Reuters study, attorneys in small law firms ranked being "the best of the best" third out of 14 priorities when it came to goals that were most important to them.

Breathing Life Into a Small Law Firm in the Big City

For Liane Fisher, senior partner at Fisher Taubenfeld LLP in New York City, the demands of running a business and a law practice at the same time was a juggling match to say the least. Whether it was human resources, budgeting, marketing or even networking, Liane wanted to dedicate more time to the practice of employment law.

Be Your Own Legal Marketer - Part 1

Recognitions and honors are what the marketing world calls third-party validations, and they can be extremely valuable marketing tools for attorneys. They make you stand out in an increasingly competitive legal market. However, these benefits mean more when you promote them. To succeed in your marketing strategy, take every opportunity to tout your firm through communication with your audiences (employees, customers, potential clients, related industry associates, etc.) to inform them about the recognition. The key is to share the achievement in a way that showcases your firm without coming off as self-serving.