Why Your Law Firm Should Have a Logo
If you're willing to skimp on the face of your firm, be ready for potential clients to skimp on you. Make the investment, and better your logo with these simple tips.
Start a Law Firm in Law School
Want to be a lawyer-entrepreneur? Start now, while you're still in law school.
A Penny Saved
If you can't manage your own business, then where do you come off thinking you can advise anyone else's?
Your Good Name: Online Reputation Management for Lawyers
"I don't care what they say about me as long as they spell my name right." Try telling that to Michael Pines. Lawyers, protect your online reputation.
Do You Think About Your “Branding”?
Branding is how you are perceived, especially by potential clients, referral sources, opposing counsel, etc. So, do you think about it?
A Brand Is Not Just A Logo
A brand is more than creating a logo and it is your customer’s experience. Branding is never just the logo and the brand should consider the customer experience.
Top 4 Trademark Law & Branding Tips
Trademark law & branding tips for entrepreneurs and others launching new companies, products, or services.
Thoughts On Law Firm Branding
Effective law firm branding requires that you communicate your knowledge, skill, and experience without talking about your knowledge, skill, and experience.
Yes, Your Law Firm Needs a Logo
Your company's logo is a powerful symbol that offers significant information about your style, approach, and overall philosophies.
Starting a Law Firm is Both Terrifying and Rewarding
Starting a law firm straight out of law school is a daunting task, but the rewards can be great. Here are some things to consider.
Branding Your Law Firm Online
Build brand credibility for your law firm online. Having a strong brand can greatly improve your marketing.
Personal Branding Positioning Strategy
Personal branding is an important marketing strategy for law firm attorneys.
Friday Webinar: Marketing 101: Branding Basics, with Karin Conroy
Personal branding is more than just a website and a business card. Karin will use concrete examples---including yours, if you submit it in advance or during the webinar---to demonstrate both good and bad branding, and talk about what makes for a strong personal brand.
Take Someone Who Likes You Out to Lunch
Network with people over lunch to position yourself to get jobs before they are listed online.