Tag Archives: networking

What Does Your Appearance Say About Your Personal Brand?

What Does Your Appearance Say About Your Personal Brand?

Excerpted and adapted from Personal Branding in One Hour for Lawyers by Katy Goshtasbi, published by the ABA Law Practice Division. How many times have you attended a crowded bar association event where it seemed every lawyer in attendance was wearing a blue or black suit? How many times have you left gatherings, such as those bar association events, where everyone and ... Read More »

Coming Soon: “LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition”

Coming Soon: “LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition”

One of the ABA’s bestselling books has been fully updated and revised for our readers and members. Coming in October, LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition, reflects significant changes to LinkedIn’s layout and functionality made in the past year. In just one hour, this book will help you: Set up a LinkedIn account Create a robust, dynamic profile—and take ... Read More »

Using Technology to Manage Your Network

Using Technology to Manage Your Network

Whether you are searching for employment or seeking new referral sources, networking is all the rage.  The key to networking is to develop credible relationships over time.  That way, people will think of you when they hear about a new job opportunity or when they need to make a referral to another attorney.  Merely meeting someone once at an event ... Read More »

Is Social Media Worth It?

Is Social Media Worth It?

Years after Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn debuted, social media remains a hot topic of discussion for lawyers and legal professionals.  How should it be used? Which sites are best? How do you get started–or should you get started at all? We’re happy to welcome this guest post from Victoria Santoro exploring the value of social media. Victoria is a litigator ... Read More »

Enhance Your Conference Experience with Twitter

Enhance Your Conference Experience with Twitter

A conference used to be something you’d simply sign up for, get a few good tips out of and then soon forget about. This is a way of the past. With the introduction of social media, conferences happen online almost as much as they do offline. Most conferences encourage the use of Twitter hashtags and mentioning Twitter handles to create ... Read More »

Quick Tip: Managing Business Cards

Quick Tip: Managing Business Cards

Business cards remain staples of networking, and for good reason. They are an efficient way to give out your contact information and are also a great way to keep track of who you’ve met and, with some organization, where you met them. That being said, business cards can also be frustrating in an era where the Rolodex has been replaced by the contacts ... Read More »