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This program was recorded on November 28, 2018
Modern consumers of legal services are increasingly turning to the internet to find and vet lawyers. Word of mouth referrals no longer take place solely through personal contact. Even a referral from a trusted friend or advisor will be followed up by a Google search of the lawyer’s name and/or a scan of various review sites ranging from Avvo to Yelp, LinkedIn or others.
This course will show lawyers why online participation matters, cover the basic ethics issues that arise with posting client feedback and responding to online reviews and provide some do’s and don’ts for managing your reputation online. You’ll learn how to take advantage of positive reviews and client feedback and how to respond to negative online comments.
After leaving her position as Administrative Partner at one of Long Island’s premier law firms in 2005, Allison started Legal Ease Consulting, Inc. to help lawyers build better law practices. A former practicing lawyer and law firm manager, Allison understands the law firm environment and the daily pressures faced by lawyers trying to manage and build their business while practicing law and successfully serving their clients. Allison helps her clients create efficient, effective systems and operations to maximize productivity and enhance the client experience. Her clients learn how to identify and attract their ideal clients, improve their client intake and selection, increase client loyalty, develop client-friendly fee structures, and increase profits. With the rise of the internet and social media, Allison recognizes that lawyers must capture attention and demonstrate their expertise online. She provides online marketing and social media services and training for lawyers to help them maximize these important opportunities.
1.5 General Credits
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- Why online participation matters
- Ethical issues with lawyer reviews and ratings online
- Monitoring online commentary about you and your firm
- Effectively counteracting negative online reviews
- How to obtain good client feedback
- Using positive reviews and feedback to your best advantage
- A step by step approach to managing your online reputation