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Personal branding for lawyers: Beyond the business card

08 August 2017

You already have a personal brand – you just may not know it yet. It is already influencing your relationships with colleagues and contacts, affecting which clients you win and retain, whether you get that next promotion or new job. Can you afford to ignore it?

Lose your inhibitions but not your job – Christmas party etiquette

14 December 2016

Office Christmas parties can be the highlight of the work social calendar – or minefields for the unwary. So how can you make sure you have a great time without getting yourself in any trouble? Employment lawyer Richard Coulthard explains.

7 legal writing mistakes to avoid

02 September 2016

Richard Heinrich looks at the seven deadly sins of writing legal documents.

LinkedIn: is it worth your time?

21 July 2016

Emily Miller and Susan Kench explore LinkedIn's value for solicitors, and offer some tips on how to improve your profile.

10 ways to get clients to love your firm

11 February 2016

Kerrie Fuller explains how excellent customer service is the key to growing your business.

Why lawyers are boring at parties

17 December 2015

Alex Barr writes about how your opening gambit at parties can influence your bottom line.

The future is shared experiences

24 September 2015

Emma Maule, Law Society social media officer, considers some of the key takeaways from Social Media Week London and provides top tips for firms to enhance their online presence.

Eight seconds to promote your firm

04 September 2015

Meena Toor, Law Society multimedia editor, provides some top tips to promote your firm's website and make your content stand out from the crowd.

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