Social Media is Networking NOT Marketing

Lawyers Should Understand – Social Media is Networking   Recently, a colleague who is also a client paid me the biggest compliment she could. She referred someone else to me for help with a social media presence.  This new potential client is a realtor.  To my mind, realtors are a lot like lawyers in terms […]

Job Searching For New Law Graduates – Be Assertive

How Law Graduates Should Approach A Job Search Today, I was asked to answer this question on Quora, “What is the Best Way for Law School Graduates to Get a Job?” Here is a slightly modified version of my answer. Network The single best way to find a job is to network your way to […]

Social Media Makes me Feel More Confident and Empowers me to Get Better Results From Networking Events

Most people don’t believe me when I tell them I am shy, but I am. When I have to go to an event, and I don’t know people who will be there, I am very nervous.  I find groups of people absolutely terrifying. In the past, I felt the need to cling to one or […]

Is there such a thing as too General (Practitioner?)

My colleague Matt Homann made an excellent point in his blog today. He wrote that clients, “don’t have general needs, they have specific ones;” and that those clients “want you to be great at solving their problem[s].”  Matt called this The General Practitioner’s Dilemma. This is an issue I run into a lot when helping […]