The legal profession is constantly changing, and there’s a lot attorneys need to know these days in order to ensure their firms have a chance to be successful. In this guide we’ll help prepare lawyers for everything that may come their way in 2022. We’ll be discussing COVID-19, leadership, lawyer wellness, legal tech adoption, hiring new staff, marketing, media relations, the business of law and much more! Along the way you’ll get to hear from our writing staff and company CEO. Additionally, you’ll receive invaluable insight from our friends at leahpresser.com, Nanato Media, OnTrac Coaching, Reputation Ink, and The Legal Burnout Solution. We hope the information below helps lead you to tremendous success in the new year.
Stories Featured In This Guide:
- A Closer Look At How COVID-19 Has Impacted The Legal World
- Tips From Dr. Monica Delgado On Navigating COVID-19
- 5 Tips For Law Firm Leaders In 2022
- Must-Read Books For Law Firm Leaders In 2022
- Embracing The Ultimate Mindset For Success In 2022
- Tips From Lawyer Coach Doug Brown On Better Managing Your Work Days
- Checking In On The State Of Lawyer Mental Health
- 5 Tips For Avoiding Occupational Burnout In 2022
- Attorney Benjamin Luftman Shares The Story Of How Legal Tech Helped Elevate His Firm
- Survey Says!
- The Great Resignation- Law Firm HR for 2022
- Tips From Lawyer Coach Alay Yajnik On Hiring New Staff
- 5 Tips For Marketing To Hispanic Clients In 2022
- Explore Our Let’s Talk Legal Marketing Communities
- 5 Tips to Ensure Your Law Firm Blog Evolves with the Times & Attracts the Right Readers
- Tips From Jason Hennessey On Simplifying Law Firm SEO
- 5 Ways To Get More Media Coverage For Your Firm In 2022
- The Everything Except The Law Podcast Will Be Returning For A Third Year
- Why Most Lawyers Are Not Prone To The Business Of Law
- 2022 Legal Conference Schedule
- 5 Reasons To Invest In An Answering Service For 2022
- Real Lawyers Share Their Answering Legal Stories
The 2021 Clio Legal Trends report revealed that Gen X has the highest preference (72%) for working remotely with a lawyer. Baby Boomers are the least likely to expect remote options, yet still 59% of them want to work remotely with their lawyer.
59% of lawyers who participated in the 2020 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report said that they used web-based software services or solutions. The report also revealed that 62% of law firms budget for technology.
According to SHRM’s research, a typical hiring process takes 36 days. On average, 250 resumes are submitted for each job posting.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the Hispanic population in the U.S. is estimated to be a little over 60 million people. FindLaw reports that the Spanish speaking consumer market has nearly 2 trillion dollars in buying power.
According to Muck Rack, 94% of PR professionals believe that 1:1 emails are the most effective way to pitch journalists. 94% of PR professionals cap their average pitches at 3 paragraphs, while 92% of journalists said their ideal pitch length is also capped at 2-3 paragraphs.
According to Law Firm Technology Today, 35% of phone calls to law firms go unanswered or to voicemail. Legal Talk Network reports that 87% of legal consumers that have a positive interaction after calling a law office, go on to hire that firm for their matter.