In this episode, Michael Lord joins to discuss why law firm recruiters are currently struggling to find quality candidates, how law practices are adapting to a more demanding generation of new attorneys and what information law firm leaders should be providing for their recruiters.
Topics of discussion for this episode include how Seth Price and David Benowitz started a law practice operating out of a basement, the legal conferences attorneys will get the most out of attending and what the future of the legal industry could look like!
In this post, we’ll discuss how a legal virtual receptionist will help your firm improve the client experience, increase your lead capture rate, and help you find balance between work and life.
EETL Podcast: An Inside Look At The Law Firm Marketing Experience With Jim Christy & Jonathan Breeden
This conversation offers the unique marketing perspectives of a long-time attorney and the head of the legal marketing agency his firm uses. Topics of discussion include the best uses for AI in the legal marketing process and the importance of figuring out your client avatar.
Cedric Ashley joins hosts Cynthia Sharp and Becky Howlett discuss the importance of becoming aware of your implicit biases, examples of implicit bias impacting legal environments, being your own best advocate and much more!
Need more five-star reviews? Want to improve your lead capture rate? It may be time for your firm to invest in some phone answering help. In this blog, we’ll highlight some of the best solutions trained legal virtual receptionists can provide for growing firms.
In this episode, Michael Kennedy (Bar Counsel for The Vermont Judiciary) joins the show to discuss tying attorney competence to behavioral health issues, finding time every day to focus on wellness, keeping up with rapid technological changes and much more!