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  • A Lawyer’s Guide to Effective and Ethical Internet Marketing

    Monday, June 10, 2019

    3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

    2019 Connecticut Legal Conference - Connecticut Convention Center

     

    About The Program:

    It’s an understatement to say that internet marketing can be a confusing “virtual minefield” of technical and ethical challenges. Whether you’re thinking about getting online for the first time, or your firm has been on the internet for years, and whether you’ve been managing your own website or paying for expensive marketing services, this program will help answer your most common questions – and will help you to achieve success while avoiding costly issues before they arise.

     

    You Will Learn:

    • About internet technology and the ethical traps and pitfalls to which attorneys must be alert
    • How to optimize your visibility on the web, engage your audience, and prompt them to contact you while adhering to strict ethical obligations
    • How to set objectives, develop strategies, and measure ROI when developing a web presence and how to efficiently manage the process

     

    Co-presenter: Mark Dubois

     

    For more information, click here.

  • Productivity Bootcamp: Time and E-Mail Management for Lawyers

    Wednesday, August 21, 2019

    New Jersey State Bar Association

    About The Program:
    Learn how to elevate your practice by spending more time on the right things and better managing the unrelenting flow of electronic communication.

    Join the ranks of hundreds of New Jersey attorneys who have taken this course and now know how to manage and organize their time and information flow more effectively. Learn
    how to practice more efficiently, so you have more control over your life and career. While none of us can “get,” “have,” or “make” more time, we can learn to manage our environment, routines, boundaries and choices more wisely as we move through our days.

    At this seminar, you will learn, among other critical skills, how to prioritize, organize, delegate, and minimize interruptions so you can devote more time to serving clients and
    developing new ones – while being less stressed and more effective in the process. You will also learn specific strategies, tactics and tools that will help you get far greater control
    of your e-mail and texts.

    The productivity principles you will learn at this seminar include how to:

    • Take control of your schedule-including hourly and daily planning, effective calendaring and using do-not-disturb project time
    • Prioritize and delegate more effectively
    • Design case flow systems so you have prompt access to files, status, deadlines and benchmarks
    • Significantly reduce interruptions during your day
    • Organize your physical space and paper files
    • Organize e-mail and other electronic information, including how to use inbox subfolders and automatic rules properly, so you can avoid shoddy record keeping, missed deadlines, angry clients and possible malpractice issues

    More information and registration details coming soon.

  • The Thriving Small Firm

    Wednesday, October 16, 2019

    Pennsylvania Bar Association

    More information and registration details coming soon.

  • A Lawyer’s Guide to Effective and Ethical Internet Marketing

    Thursday, October 17, 2019

    Pennsylvania Bar Association

    More information and registration details coming soon.

  • Productivity Bootcamp: Time and E-Mail Management for Lawyers

    Monday, December 23, 2019

    New Jersey State Bar Association

    About The Program:
    Learn how to elevate your practice by spending more time on the right things and better managing the unrelenting flow of electronic communication.

    Join the ranks of hundreds of New Jersey attorneys who have taken this course and now know how to manage and organize their time and information flow more effectively. Learn
    how to practice more efficiently, so you have more control over your life and career. While none of us can “get,” “have,” or “make” more time, we can learn to manage our environment, routines, boundaries and choices more wisely as we move through our days.

    At this seminar, you will learn, among other critical skills, how to prioritize, organize, delegate, and minimize interruptions so you can devote more time to serving clients and
    developing new ones – while being less stressed and more effective in the process. You will also learn specific strategies, tactics and tools that will help you get far greater control
    of your e-mail and texts.

    The productivity principles you will learn at this seminar include how to:

    • Take control of your schedule-including hourly and daily planning, effective calendaring and using do-not-disturb project time
    • Prioritize and delegate more effectively
    • Design case flow systems so you have prompt access to files, status, deadlines and benchmarks
    • Significantly reduce interruptions during your day
    • Organize your physical space and paper files
    • Organize e-mail and other electronic information, including how to use inbox subfolders and automatic rules properly, so you can avoid shoddy record keeping, missed deadlines, angry clients and possible malpractice issues

    More information and registration details coming soon.

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